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Save Energy Nos .
U.S. Industries: Partner with DOE
To Save Energy and Money
Serious energy supply disruptions and recent
hikes in energy prices are impacting the entire
United States, including the nation's industries.
Save Energy Now can help your manufacturing
facility reduce energy and operating costs, lower
utility bills, and ensure future savings.
This new initiative of the U.S. Department of
Energy's Industrial Technologies Program (ITP)
was established to help the nation's
manufacturing facilities continue to thrive during
a time of diminished energy supplies and rising
costs. We invite you to join us in this initiative
and begin saving energy-and money-today.
You can participate in any of these ways:
" Apply online today for an Energy Savings
Assessment or a priority assessment that
identifies key opportunities to reduce your
plant's energy use and improve productivity.
- Partner with ITP to create awareness by
cosponsoring events and training, linking to the
Save Energy Now Web site, and disseminating
important information about energy efficiency
and cost savings to 50,000 other plants.
Save Energy Now is part of a national
campaign, "Easy Ways to Save Energy,"
announced by the Secretary of Energy in
2005. The campaign educates the public
about simple but effective energy choices,
assists U.S. industry and the government
in reducing energy use, and supports
national goals for energy security. Save
Energy Now is helping industrial plants
find effective ways to reduce the amount
of energy they use in steam and process
heating systems so they can operate more
efficiently and profitably. This effort also
addresses energy-saving opportunities for
compressed air, fan, motor, and pumping
- Take advantage of the many resources that
ITP provides to improve your plant's energy
efficiency and the bottom line.
Visit the Save Energy Now Web site at
and contact the EERE Information Center
(1-877-337-3463) for more information.
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