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IBM Canada's inspiring success story, shared by Hydro-Québec
Video provided by Hydro-Quebec.
With the implementation of the EEMS and EMIS IBM Canada – Bromont Plant was able to make the energy consumed visible and involve the employees of the production line, optimizing energy efficiency.
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) recognizes Foremost Farms, for attaining 50001 Ready
Provided by Foremost Farms, Plover, Wisconsin facility.
The plant began working with Energy Performance Services (EPS) and Leidos as part of the SEM program in mid-2015. In 2017, with the implementation of 50001 Ready and Focus on Energy’s EMIS along with support from EPS, Foremost Farms surpassed energy targets of 2.5% reductions by 20% and completed their SEM project.
EPS developed a business case and plan for ISO 50001 and custom EMIS adoption, which was incorporated into Focus on Energy’s SEM program. The business case justified Foremost investing $100k in metering equipment and commitment to 50001 Ready. Together, 50001 Ready based SEM and the EMIS delivered an effective approach to controlling energy use. The additional sub-metering and reporting from the EMIS accelerated the implementation of 50001 Ready by enabling the plant to visualize, set targets, and subsequently manage energy use.
EPS Partnership Award with Efficiency Nova Scotia
Published by Efficiency Nova Scotia.
Bright Business Awards Celebrates Nova Scotia's Energy Efficiency Leaders
Published by Efficiency Nova Scotia
The Partnership Award recognizes the outstanding delivery of energy efficiency solutions, services or education by an Efficiency Nova Scotia Partner or Network Member.
Energy Performance Services (EPS) of Beaconsfield, Quebec has been serving Efficiency Nova Scotia over the past six years in engaging the industrial sector with effective energy management programming.
“We are very proud to be given this recognition by Efficiency Nova Scotia. By working together with Efficiency Nova Scotia, we have been able to evolve innovative energy management solutions and help Nova Scotia industries increase their competitiveness,” said Peter Bassett, President of Energy Performance Services. “It gives us great pleasure to be able to work with an organization whose mission closely aligns with our own.”
EPS and EMIS
Published by Efficiency Nova Scotia in 2015.
EPS and AptarGroup
Published on Dec 20, 2018 by AptarGroup NewsRoom.
New ACEEE Toolkit: Intelligent Efficiency in Commercial and Industrial Buildings
Link to the Article: http://aceee.org/sector/state-policy/toolkit/intelligent-efficiency
Blockchain and energy efficiency: a match made in heaven?
Link to the Article:http://aceee.org/blog/2018/04/blockchain-and-energy-efficiency