INDUSTRIAL ENERGY MANAGEMENT

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BUILD AN ENERGY MANAGEMENT PROGRAM

Build or enhance a program

Whether you're new to energy management or ready to take your program to the next level, ENERGY STAR can help you accomplish your goals.

Measure, track benchmark

Measuring, tracking and benchmarking of energy across all operations are your most powerful energy waste reduction tools.

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Earn Recognition

Recognition validates good work, raises awareness of the value of energy management, and drives further energy savings. EPA offers manufacturers three different forms of ENERGY STAR recognition:

Download popular energy management tools & resources

EPA offers a wide range of ENERGY STAR tools and resources to help improve the energy performance of your company and the facilities it operates. Here are the most popular resources to get you started.

For all tools and resources visit the Industrial Energy Management Information Center.

Engage people and communicate

Gain support for energy initiatives by engaging employees across all levels of your company and inform the public about accomplishments.

Find industry specific tools

EPA partners with manufacturing sectors (e.g. cement, food processors, etc.) through ENERGY STAR Industrial Focuses to improve energy efficiency.

WHAT'S NEW?

  • Vitro Glass Fresno, CA staff holding ENERGY STAR certificate

    Vitro Architectural Glass in Fresno, California in early 2019 was the first flat glass plant to be ENERGY STAR certified. 

    Roberto Cabrera, Global Technology Director for Vitro shared, "All of us at Vitro are proud to be the first float glass plant in the world to earn the ENERGY STAR® certificate for superior energy performance. This achievement strategically aligns with one of our core corporate values, which is to operate and grow in harmony with the environment and the communities we serve. It also reinforces the significant investment we make in research and development to produce the world’s most advanced and energy-efficient architectural glass products."

    Pictured above is Fresno Plant Supervisor, Glen Collins, and Wendy Garcia, Environmental Manager. Congratulations Vitro!

  • 2018 Certified Facility mark in front of an industrial facility

    EPA issues press release of 2018 ENERGY STAR Certified Facilities. ENERGY STAR Certified Facilities are in the top quartile of energy efficiency in their industry.

    Click here for the press release.

  • Honda transmission plant energy team in front of plant

    Honda's Russells Point, Ohio transmission plant was awarded the ENERGY STAR in early 2019, the first automobile transmission plant to receive the award. “Honda is enthused to be the first transmission plant to achieve Energy Star certification,” said Joe Swindler, Honda's Corporate Energy Manager.  " It shows us we're a leader in energy efficiency and reinforces our corporate goals."

    Pictured above is the Honda Transmission Manufacturing Plant energy team that was responsible for getting the plant in the top quartile of energy performance within this sector. Congratulations Honda!

  • Nissan Decherd Plant Staff with 2018 ENERGY STAR Decal

    Nissan’s Infiniti Powertrain plant in Decherd, Tennessee was awarded the ENERGY STAR in early 2019, the first automobile engine plant to receive the award.

    Pictured above is Rick Youngblood (Director of Infiniti Powertrain Plant), Brian Sullivan (Vice President of Powertrain Operations), and Sean-Michael Tibbs (Powertrain Facility Energy Engineer). Congratulations Nissan!

WHAT WE DO

ENERGY STAR assists manufacturers of all sizes to improve energy efficiency and save money in their operations. 

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Through our partnership with ENERGY STAR Colgate-Palmolive has met a lot of other peers and got access to tools and best practices we’ve never had before.

~Vance Merolla, Global Director Environmental Sustainability

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DELIVER ENERGY STAR

Use ENERGY STAR resources to help your customers save more energy.

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