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Energy Professionals collaborating with ACMA

26
Feb '20
Pic: ACMA
Pic: ACMA
Energy Professionals, leading energy consultants, is collaborating with the American Composite Manufacturers Association (ACMA) to provide its members energy solutions to help improve energy efficiency, reduce waste, decrease costs and meet sustainability goals. Energy Professionals will provide personalised energy consulting services at no cost to members.

US manufacturers are facing the challenge for improving efficiency and growing profitability. For which energy efficiency becomes important. As part of the ACMA's membership affinity programmes, Energy Professionals will start to provide personalised energy consulting services at no cost to members through a wide array of energy solutions that include locating the best electricity and natural gas pricing, power factor correction, IoT and energy intelligence solutions, energy efficiency strategies, demand response and peak demand management, onsite generation and renewable energy for those with sustainability goals.

Though energy consumption varies by manufacturer, better energy management is a primary way to increase profits.

"This is one of our most under-utilised member benefits at ACMA and one that has significant potential cost-savings for composites companies," says Scott Lindley, ACMA's VP for Membership, Marketing and Sales. "We've had several members report 5-figure savings in yearly energy costs by simply having Energy Professionals analyse their energy usage and negotiate for better rates."

Jim Mathers, a nuclear engineer and president of Energy Professionals, added: "We are very excited about helping the ACMA. Manufacturers have a lot to gain from energy solutions. Just last year we helped an Indiana cement plant reduce their energy costs by $500,000."

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