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Learn More About Save Energy Now
Who can join Save Energy Now?
We invite companies, states, utilities, and other industry
groups to join this effort. By taking part, you will help
improve industrial energy efficiency and productivity
while helping to ensure a reliable U.S. energy supply.
What does Save Energy Now provide to
" Energy Savings Assessments for the nation's large,
energy-intensive plants, performed by teams of
energy efficiency experts.
" Priority energy assessments for small- and medium-
sized plants, performed by teams from ITP's
university-based Industrial Assessment Centers (JAC).
" Phone consultations and technical assistance pro-
vided by experts at the EERE Information Center.
" Training, Webcasts, and workshops on the use of
ITP's powerful software analysis tools and ways to
improve efficiency and productivity throughout the
" Access to ITP's extensive portfolio of helpful
information, including tip sheets, case studies,
handbooks, and more.
" Recognition on the ITP Web site.
What is an Energy Savings Assessment?
Energy Savings Assessments identify immediate and
long-term opportunities to save energy and money
in your plant, focusing on steam or process heating
systems. If your company is one of the large energy-
using plants selected to receive an assessment, a
qualified energy efficiency expert will visit your
site for several days and work with you to identify
opportunities for improving energy efficiency and your
During your assessment, plant employees will work
with the expert to help gather data, learn about software
tools, and perform a system analysis. There is no cost
for the energy efficiency expert; however, the time
invested by your plant's staff can yield benefits to your
company in the future. Plants may apply individually,
but we encourage groups of plants within the same
company to apply for these assessments.
If my plant is not selected for an Energy
Savings Assessment, can we still benefit?
While only 200 Energy Savings Assessments will be
performed, your company could still be eligible for
a priority assessment from one of ITP's Industrial
Assessment Centers, phone consultations, and
informational materials to help you address energy
Who conducts these assessments?
Specialists in evaluating industrial energy systems
conduct the assessments. These are industry experts
who have successfully completed the DOE Qualified
Specialist program, which includes training in the
use of sophisticated software assessment tools and a
rigorous qualifying exam.
How can my company participate?
Get started today. See the Save Energy Now Web site at
www.eere.energy/gov/industry/saveenergynow to apply
for an assessment and to find out how to partner with
ITP in this important new initiative. Call the EERE
Information Center (1-877-337-3463) to learn more.
A Strong Energy Portfolio
for a Strong America
Energy efficiency and clean, renewable energy will mean a stronger
economy, a cleaner environment, and greater energy independence
for America. Working with a wide array of state, community,
industry, and university partners, the U.S. Department of Energy's
Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy invests in a
diverse portfolio of energy technologies.
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION,
EERE Information Center
Industrial Technologies Program
Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy
U.S. Department of Energy
Washington, DC 20585-0121
Revised Decemher 2005
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