Energy Costs Articles

  • Molson Coors Saves Energy and Cuts Costs with the Dollar$ense Project and eSight Energy

    With ~18,000 employees, 31 breweries world-wide, and with products in more than 50 countries, Molson Coors is one of the top producing manufactured brewing organizations in the world. It has a continuous drive to reduce energy costs and carbon emission with company-wide energy stewardship. Molson Coors has achieved significant reductions in energy usage, energy costs, and CO2 emissions since ...


    By eSight Energy

  • Sustainability isn’t for later. 10 ways any business can build a more credible sustainability story

    Sustainability isn’t a priority right now. We need a full sustainability strategy before we can start. I need to calculate what the ROI would be first. All of these are common objections to taking the first steps on any organization’s sustainability journey. In fact, credible sustainable action can be accomplished by organizations of any size and it doesn’t have to be costly or ...


    By Bullfrog Power Inc.

  • Why It`s so important to know the Amino Acid Composition of Fodders?

    The quality of food that is consumed by the population, in particular depends on the formulation of animal fodders that are consumed by livestock during it’s lifetime. For rapid and harmonious growth of cells body it has to synthesize sufficient amount of protein not only as a building material of muscles, bones, and internal organs, but also as a major constituent enzymes – catalysts ...


    By Lumex Instruments Group

  • 10 Questions to Compare Energy Management Software [Checklist]

    Have you seen our latest guide on selecting the right energy management software? If you’re trying to decide on the best solution for your ESCO or attempting to compare energy management software vendors in a rush, we summed up the main questions you need to ask your potential provider in a handy and printable checklist. 10 Essential Questions to Compare Energy Management Software ...


    By DEXMA

  • How to Choose the Right Energy Management Software [GUIDE]

    Happy New Year! Wait, what’s wrong? Not so happy? In trouble trying to choose the right energy management software for your project? Oh no! We can just picture the scene: your desk is piled high with brochures, quotes and provider offers… and the clock is ticking. Yours is the classic energy manager dilemma: the longer ...


    By DEXMA

  • Increase Productivity Manifold With An Efficient Rice Sorter Machine

    If you run a rice mill, make rice paste from rice or selling rice as a retail shop, the first thing that you have to ensure is the quality of rice. High quality rice will be instantly bought by customers and it is nutritious and healthy to eat.  In order to get this quality, the rice must be clean. It must not have any dust or dirt. It must ...

  • 10 Energy Hacks to Save Your Office Money This Winter

    Did you know that more than half of senior business managers have no idea how their companies buy energy? Ouch. And nearly 50% also confess to a “limited understanding” of how much energy costs their business, according to a recent YouGov survey ...


    By DEXMA

  • Capturing biogas energy to increase your business profits while safeguarding the environment

    Methane is a biogas produced from swine or cow manure, as well as food processing and meat packing waste. Methane is a natural gas, that when left uncollected, contributes to the harmful greenhouse gases in the earth’s atmosphere. When biogas is captured under a cover and becomes concentrated, it creates a corrosive and toxic byproduct called hydrogen sulfide. The gas generates a rotten egg ...

  • Ellen Williams: The future of energy innovation

    As director of the U.S. Advanced Research Projects Agency–Energy, Ellen Williams plays a pivotal role in cultivating and guiding energy technology discovery and development in the United States. Ensia recently invited Williams to share her views on what we should watch for in the wide world of energy innovation in the months and years to come. What in your ...


    By Ensia

  • Autumn Statement 2016: Any impact on energy?

    The  UK Government's Autumn Statement  provided a great opportunity to answer a number of key energy policy questions. Yet, apart from confirming that the carbon price will be capped at £18 t/CO2 until 2020 and that oil/gas tax breaks will be maintained, there was very little mention of energy. Granted this carbon price cap is likely to be welcomed as it provides the certainty and ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • Smart Electric Vehicle Charging Saves City Money - Case Study

    Challenge Located between San Francisco and Sacramento, the City of Benicia is an ideal place for electric vehicle (EV) drivers to stop and charge should their cars be low on range. However, the city’s existing infrastructure took four-to-six hours to fully charge a vehicle. In an effort to provide a better option for commuters, and draw additional visitors to Benicia’s ...


    By Growing Energy Labs, Inc.

  • Investing in Energy Efficiency: The 10% Rule [Infographic]

    Are you an energy manager that has recently been tasked to invest in energy efficiency measures, but have no idea how much they will cost? Does your existing energy management project need a financial boost that you don’t know how to estimate? Or perhaps you are one of the 62% of companies citing lack of access to finance & capital as their biggest barrier to implementing energy-saving ...


    By DEXMA

  • Case study - Increased capacity & stringent effluent limits met in a small footprint

    This Idaho Wastewater Treatment plant’s two existing single-ring oxidation ditches were facing increased flows and a new tougher phosphorus limit of less than 2.3 kg (5 lb) of total phosphorus per day. In addition to a tight budget, the small amount of land available also hampered the city’s options. The consultant’s evaluation confirmed fine-bubble aeration “would ...

  • The three S approach to uncertainty

    Life seems to be getting more and more uncertain. We are being warned about a Brexit rollercoaster and the oil price, at least in percentage terms, seems to be doing a good impersonation of an elevator; up one minute, down the next. All this uncertainty makes decision-making complex , especially when they concern long-life assets. Against this background I have been thinking about the question of ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

  • Time to de-risk your flexible energy procurement strategy

    Ten-year high power prices last week  (12-16 September)  caused by tight supply margins illustrate the imperative of de-risking your flexible energy procurement strategy. Towards the end of a turbulent week, prices on the day-ahead over-the-counter market ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • Paris Climate Change Agreement: What next?

    The Paris Climate Change Agreement took a huge leap forward on 3 September when the world's two biggest economies and emitters of greenhouse gases – the USA and China – announced that they would formally ratify the accord. This brings hope that the deal will be concluded this year. It also piles pressure on the UK to swiftly formalise its commitment to a contract it shaped ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • Brazil Backtracks From Plan To Increase Ethanol Use Through Tax Breaks

    On August 24, 2016, Brazil's government announced that it would not be extending a tax break on ethanol sales that is due to expire in December 2016. During the 2015 Paris Climate Accord, Brazil pledged to increase cane-based ethanol and biodiesel to nearly 18 ...


    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C.

  • Valorization of Romanian silver fir tree bark (Abies alba Mill.) wastes as low-cost sorbent of Cu(II) ions from polluted waters

    Considering recycling as the first option in the hierarchy of sustainable waste management, and also the demand for efficient processes for wastewater treatment with reduced costs, the potential applicability of Romanian Abies alba bark, the main waste from the industrial processing of the wood of mature silver fir trees, as sorbent for Cu(II) has been studied in batch conditions. It was ...


    By IWA Publishing

  • District heating points way forward for energy prepayment revolution

    Ofgem, which has called energy prepayment the option of 'last resort', has announced a price cap for customers until the roll-out of smart meters in 2020. But smart metering is already being widely used in the district heating sector, where it is revolutionising prepayment and reducing energy bills. Customer friendly smart meters are fast making prepayment the first choice option for thousands of ...


    By Switch2 Energy Limited

  • Moving energy management forward

    Energy efficiency is increasingly valued at all scales. ESOS has brought awareness, and possibly action, to large organisations. SMEs are increasingly aware of the benefits, from both a cost perspective and a reputational one of managing energy to achieve greater efficiency. The EI’s recently published Energy ...


    By Energy Institute (EI)

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