Want to lower energy cost per unit of production?

The control of raw material and labor costs is at the forefront of any manufacturer’s strategy. While most operations managers pay close attention to energy procurement, many overlook the potential for energy efficiency at production facilities. Learn how to lower operating expenses – while maintaining output and quality.


Manufacturing facilities typically consume significant amounts of energy, water, and other resources and are well suited for energy and sustainability initiatives:

  • Manufacturing process controls can significantly impact energy consumption
  • Energy savings accrued during the manufacturing cycle reduce product cost and give the manufacturer with a competitive edge

Each manufacturing process is unique and offers its own set of energy conservation and sustainability opportunities. Most facilities can benefit from:

  • Improved lighting and HVAC
  • VFDs and power factor correction
  • Reclaimed process heat and water
  • On-site renewable energy

The timing is ideal to take action:

  • Hedge against rising energy costs
  • Capture time-sensitive incentives
  • Create a more productive work environment and improve unit margins

Take Action. Learn more about energy and sustainability and contact us for a no-obligation initial assessment for your properties.

Typical Energy Consumption

  • Manufacturers are heavy users of electricity and natural gas
  • Energy is often the largest operating expense after labor
  • Each manufacturing facility and related business processes is unique and requires a tailored approach to energy and sustainability
Get Started

Discuss options for your properties. Contact us for a quick, no-obligation initial assessment.
(All fields are REQUIRED)

Phone ( ) -
Input Code captcha
Learn More