This webinar series will provide an inside look at how ENERGY STAR certified plants, the most energy-efficient manufacturing plants in the nation, have achieved top performance.
Since the industrial sector accounts for nearly a third of U.S. energy use and greenhouse gas emissions, improving the energy efficiency of manufacturing is a key strategy for both decarbonization and competitiveness. Manufacturing plants that earn ENERGY STAR certification are recognized as being the most energy-efficient in their sectors. These distinguished plants demonstrate that energy efficiency is possible and provide insights into the best energy management practices that enable superior energy performance. Astute manufacturers can learn from these good examples of energy management.
Register for any of the webinars below to learn more about energy efficiency in manufacturing and how to identify top performing manufacturing plants.
Wednesday, October 13, 2021; 12 PM ET
While there are no volcanoes in Arizona or New Jersey, the plants featured in this webinar need to reach temperatures as hot as lava to make their products. Learn how they stay efficient both on the thermal and electrical sides of their facilities. This webinar will feature:
- CalPortland’s Rillito, Arizona cement plant (9 years ENERGY STAR certified)
- Ardagh Glass’s Bridgeton, New Jersey container glass plant (7 years ENERGY STAR certified)
Wednesday, November 17, 2021; 12 PM ET
Achieving top performance is more than just installing energy-efficient equipment. It involves actively managing operations and engaging staff. See how these two plants have made investments in equipment and energy management to reach top performance.
- Georgia Pacific’s Brewton, Alabama containerboard mill (1 year ENERGY STAR certified)
- Marathon Petroleum Corporation’s Robinson, Illinois Refinery (6 years ENERGY STAR certified)
February 9, 2022; 12 PM ET
Humans have been baking bread for thousands of years. Fortunately, we have learned a thing or two about baking more energy efficiently. See how Weston Foods is applying best practices in the U.S. and abroad in their manufacturing plants. This webinar will feature:
- Weston Foods’ ACE Gaffney, South Carolina (2 years ENERGY STAR certified) and Winnipeg, Canada commercial bakeries (3 years ENERGY STAR certified)