Energy Matters, the quarterly newsletter for the U.S. Department of Energy's Industrial Technologies Program (ITP)

Submitted by Norm Roulet on Mon, 03/07/2011 - 18:44.

Winter 2011 Issue of Energy Matters Now Available

Energy Matters, the quarterly newsletter for the U.S. Department of Energy's Industrial Technologies Program (ITP), provides in-depth articles to help industry professionals save energy, reduce costs, and increase productivity.

The Winter 2011 issue includes the following:

  • Features
    • 3M Company Hosts Save Energy Now LEADER Showcase, Promotes Launch of Save Energy Now Corporate-Wide
    • Compressed Air Challenge: Training and Resources Designed with You in Mind
  • Success in Industry
    • Three-Tiered Energy Audit Program Saves Company $4 Million in Energy Costs
    • Brown Printing Company: Using Its Environment to Save Energy
    • New Belgium Brewing Company: Alternatively Powered
    • DOE Grant Funds R&D Project to Improve the Efficiency and Productivity of Plastics
  • States & Utilities Corner
    • Sherwin-Williams Partners with Kentucky's Save Energy Now State Project to Facilitate Peer-to-Peer Networking on Industrial Energy Efficiency Topics
  • Tools of the Trade
    • The Energy Management Toolkit
  • Research & Development
    • Aerogel: Material of the Future Begins to Reach Its Commercial Potential
  • Implementation
    • Sherwin-Williams and Alcoa Discuss Strategies to Overcome Internal Barriers to the Implementation of Energy Efficiency Projects
    • ITP Case Studies Highlight Industrial Efficiency Leaders; Share Best Practices
    • Industrial Technologies Program IMPACTS
  • Ask the Energy Expert
    • UTC's Five-Pronged Approach to Energy Management

Turn the page and find out what else Energy Matters has to offer. Check out International updates, Funding Resources, Training Opportunities, and the "Look for Us..." ITP Calendar of Events.

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