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December 1, 2014
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Compressed Air Challenge: Put Your Compressed Air System to Sleep

By Ron Marshall, CET, CEM for the Compressed Air Challenge (CAC) Just like turning out the lights when you leave a room, a good energy-efficiency strategy for compressed air is to turn the equipment off when not required. Leaving the equipment running will waste energy, increase maintenance costs and shorten its life cycle. Industrial compressed […]

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November 4, 2014
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Energy Management: Where to Begin

By Jenna Overton, Industrial Program Associate Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE) “Strategic Energy Management” seems to be the new buzz term for industrial and commercial businesses that want to boost their bottom lines and reduce their environmental footprint through continuous energy improvements. Unfortunately, implementing a corporate energy-management program, as described in ISO 50001, can be […]

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September 28, 2014
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Driving Sustainability Through Products and Practice

Mitsubishi Electric Automation’s energy-saving solutions help the diverse Mitsubishi Group—and many of its customers—meet far-reaching sustainability goals.  By Rick Carter, Executive Editor Diversification is common among today’s large corporations, but Japan-based Mitsubishi Group ranks among the most diverse. This 42-company conglomerate is involved in more areas—shipbuilding, mining, construction, telecom, electronics and oil & gas for […]

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July 8, 2014
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New Mexico Gas Co. President Annette Gardiner Receives 2014 Energetic Women Maverick Award

The Midwest Energy Association (MEA) and Energetic Women organization have announced that Annette Gardiner, President, New Mexico Gas Company, is the recipient of the 2014 Maverick Award. The Maverick Award recognizes leaders who have set the standard in promoting, connecting and strengthening female leaders in energy operations and engineering. It’s presented annually to a man […]

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July 1, 2014
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10 Easy Maintenance Tips To Save Cooling-Tower Energy

Did you know that simple cooling-tower maintenance techniques could help your facility save up to 15% on its electricity costs? Routine preventive maintenance also can help conserve water and extend the operating life of your cooling equipment. Over time, the leaving-water temperature of a neglected cooling tower will rise. But for every 2-degree F increase, […]

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June 30, 2014
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New Line of Large, Energy-Efficient Motors for High-Torque Industrial Applications

Baldor Electric Co. has introduced a new line of energy-efficient, large AC – GPM Induction Motors. Used in high-torque industrial applications, including pumps, fans, conveyors and compressors, the product line is available in stock ratings 250 – 1000 HP, 2300/4000 Volt, totally enclosed (TEFC), fan-cooled, foot mounted designs. Features and benefits of the stock-motor lineup include: Cast iron […]

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June 20, 2014
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Save Cooling Tower Energy with These 10 Easy Maintenance Tips

Did you know that some simple cooling tower maintenance could help your facility save up to 15% on its electricity costs? Routine preventive maintenance also can help conserve water and extend the operating life of your cooling equipment. Over time, the leaving-water temperature of a neglected cooling tower will rise, as will the energy costs […]

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June 18, 2014
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Remote-Access Machine Controller Bridges Digital and Physical Plant Environments

According to Nanospark, its new machine interface controller with a variety of digital and analog inputs and outputs can effectively “wire” users to nearly any machines and sensors in their plants. Operated through an app that can be accessed with a range of devices, it incorporates a number of capabilities, including a scheduling feature to run equipment only when it’s needed, thus saving […]

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