energy saving Articles

  • Saving energy and eating better

    The US consumer wants food to be fresh, local and organic. But that means larger grocery bills in an economy where most people need them to be smaller. As the New York Times tells it, 20-somethings, just out of college, feel the squeeze the most. They are more intent on ...

  • NOW is the time for energy savings!

    NOW Is The Time for Energy Savings! You’ve been reading on-line, in journals, perhaps even in Environmental News for You and seen the arguments of why a climate change program is beneficial for your company: • proven reduction in operational costs;• opportunity to generate carbon credits for potential additional revenue;• create new, attractive products and re-package old ones;• use as ...


  • Incentives for energy saving homes

    The federal government’s push for green, energy efficient homes is a strong indication of better financing, higher real estate value and faster sales, which is all good news for consumers and the housing industry. To encourage energy conservation in housing, heftier real estate tax credits are being given for solar panels, solar water heaters, geothermal heat pumps, heavy-duty insulation, ...


  • Enabling the workforce to save energy

    The task To spread the energy efficiency and environmental improvement messages to the wider ...


    By Ricardo-AEA

  • Energy efficiency and savings in the Russian Federation

    The low renovation rate of technological equipment and extreme economic crisis over the last ten years in Russia has led to the formation of great energy conservation potential. Over the last decade, the energy intensity of industrial production has increased by 1.5; energy conservation potential is estimated as 30% of energy consumption. The article contains information about energy consumption ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Worldwide energy savings, no magic required

    Is all this effort to save energy worth it? Consider this. Had we neglected energy efficiency from 1980 to 2010, worldwide energy use would be 35 percent higher. What does this mean? Look at the amount of energy used in the world’s two largest economies – the United States and China. That’s about how much energy the world saved. This comes from ...

  • US beats expectations saving energy

    Americans tend to beat themselves up over their imperfections. We eat too much, watch too much TV and owe China too much money. Despite all of our sloth, we can feel good about one area: our progress saving energy. A report issued this week by the Institute for Electric Efficiency found that we saved enough electricity to ...

  • Microsoft highlights energy savings with Windows 7

    Microsoft is working on a major project that would highlight the energy savings that companies can realise by switching to its latest Windows 7. Microsoft has revealed that it is working on a major project with Reading University designed to highlight the energy savings that companies can realise by switching to its latest Windows 7 operating system. Windows 7 operates using about 30% less energy ...


    By Vital Efficienci Ltd.

  • What price motivates customers to save energy?

    “Are we there yet?” We’ve heard that refrain often over the last couple of years. No, not from our kids in the backseat of the car, but from energy observers wondering exactly how much price pain the consumer will take before cutting back significantly on use.Two reports circulating this week indicate that we have arrived – or at least we are close.Americans drove their cars 4.3% fewer miles in ...

  • Realisation of the energy saving policy in the Czech Republic

    The article provides a survey on the principal tendencies during the implementation of the energy saving policy in the last decade in the CR, and the principal framework for improvement of the system for the implementation of the policy of energy saving and utilisation of renewable energy sources in the Czech Republic as provided by the Energy Management Act. The energy savings projects are ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

  • Energy savings: VFD versus CSV case study

    The two most common ways to produce constant pressure are Variable Frequency Drives or VFD’s, and Cycle Stop Valves or CSV’s. The end result is the same in that the system sees a steady or constant pressure, as the flow rates required vary from small to large. However, these two systems control the pump in completely different ways. Variable Frequency Drives or ...


    By Cycle Stop Valves, Inc.

  • Global pharmaceutical company achieves energy savings with GEM

    A leading global healthcare company dealing with bioscience, medication delivery and renal products has revealed that it is saving over £36,000 a year in energy costs following the installation of Thermal Energy International’s GEM steam traps at one of its facilities.  Thermal Energy International has installed a total of 85 steam traps throughout the process plant achieving a ...

  • Energy Savings on Process Heating Units Case History

    The Customer This specialty chemical company is a leading supplier of performance polymers. Their products are used in a wide range of applications including adhesives, coatings, consumer and personal care products, sealants, lubricants, medical, packaging, automotive, paving, roofing and footwear products. The Project The company was increasing the ...

  • Right size your equipment for easy energy savings

    The CCES Blog often contains tips to reduce your energy usage and therefore greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions as cost effectively as possible. Here’s another such tip. Take a hard look at your mechanical equipment, mainly pumps. If they are more than a decade old, they may well be oversized for its function, reducing energy efficiency and raising its costs rise. There are certainly exceptions ...


  • How do utilities save energy? - With `UVC for HVAC`!

    A big challenge facing service technicians is how to help building owners reduce energy consumption to combat outages and spiraling power costs. A multi- patented, HVAC-style UVC technology from Steril-Aire, Inc. offers a proven solution while simultaneously addressing another "hot" maintenance topic: how to destroy one of the largest, most prevalent sources of mold. Two major utilities offer ...


    By E-CO

  • Saving 75% energy with MagFan - Case Study

    Investing for the future PT Japfa Comfeed Indonesia, one of Southeast Asia’s leading and most progressive integrators, decided to invest in MagFan for their new PS breeder farm in Central Java, Indonesia. The testing “The Danes told us a lot about the energy efficiency of these fans but we told them we wanted to test for ourselves before ...


    By DACS A/S

  • Green Deal promises to deliver £1.3 billion energy savings

    The government's Green Deal, which promises a revolution in energy efficiency, was officially 'soft' launched on 1 October 2012, with an initial focus on low energy installations within the social housing sector.  ...


    By ENER-G

  • Market-Proven Energy-Saving Systems (ESS) move to mainstream

    Now that Energy-saving Systems (ESS) such as DESMI’s OptiSave™, a pump control solution that feeds pumps with just the right amount of energy, have been thoroughly proven, shipowners finally have a cost-effective, simple solution to meet IMO emissions regulations. And everyone is getting on board. The case for compliance “It’s the first time we can ...


    By DESMI A/S

  • Window Film independently proven to save energy by top University - case study

    Location: Padua, Italy Problem: Heat, Glare, Energy Efficiency Product: LLumar Helios RHE20 SI ER HPR Problem Despite modern glazing and cooling systems, the MG Tower of the University of Padua, Italy,  suffered from excess heat gain, resulting in high energy consumption. In addition, cooling capacity was often not sufficient and the installation of additional ...


    By ARC Window Films Ltd.

  • Measurement of energy-saving effect by intermodal freight transport in Thailand

    In Thailand, transport sector is the largest energy consuming sector (38%). Road haulage of freight transport accounts for approximately 92% of total domestic freight movements. Accordingly, it is one of the largest contributors to adverse environmental impacts. This study presents one option to reduce energy consumption through modal shift from trailer to intermodal transport involving railway ...


    By Inderscience Publishers

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