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China Turns to Energy Efficiency to Improve Air Quality

China Turns to Energy Efficiency to Improve Air Quality

Industrial Energy Efficiency Can Improve Air Quality The Energy Collective, July 19, 2017 Despite the Chinese government’s extensive efforts to improve air quality per the State Council’s “Ten Measures” Action Plan and implementation of regional air quality control measures, air pollution recently worsened in the Jing-Jin-Ji region (Beijing, Tianjin, and Hebei). After months of consecutive improvement last

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Efficiency Under Fire: Case Studies and Strategies for Successful Industrial Programs

Gita Subramony and Cameron Kinney, ERS Presented at ACEEE Summer Study, August 6, 2015. Image credit: raedon Energy efficiency programs are under attack in several states, including Indiana and Ohio, where programs have been eliminated or curtailed. In 2014 the Indiana state legislature introduced a bill allowing customers with 1 MW of demand or greater to

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Remote Monitoring of Compressed Air Equipment

Compressed air efficiency at a distance Plant Engineering, April 8, 2015. Image credit: Skitterphoto Until recently, compressed air system maintenance was reactive—an unforeseen event required immediate intervention from a service technician. In this scenario, the facility is in the dark about maintenance needs, suffers from inefficiencies, and is at increased risk of breakdown. Remote monitoring

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New Report Links Sustainable Cities & Industrial Energy Efficiency with Economic Growth

Green cities and industry key to sustainable future Institute for Industrial Productivity Media Release, March 3, 2015 Report finds strong link between sustainable cities and industrial energy efficiency in growth economies The projected growth of cities coupled with higher energy demand spells trouble for urban poor and the environment if industry doesn’t improve its energy

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