The National Association of Manufacturers and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) on June 12 solidified their strong commitment to reducing the energy intensity of
“Entering into this partnership with DOE to increase energy efficiency builds on the unique strength of American manufacturers as the world’s leaders in energy efficiency and conservation,”
Engler was joined by DOE secretary Samuel W. Bodman, who commented that “Increasing energy efficiency is not only good practice, but it can also be good business. Today's agreement between DOE and
The memorandum of understanding supports a variety of activities which aim to assist manufacturing facilities to initiate and implement energy management programs, adopt clean energy-efficient technologies, and to achieve continual energy-efficiency and intensity-reduction improvements.
The memorandum of understanding between the
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