“Industrial and manufacturing”
Wastewater Treatment Plants
Municipal wastewater and drinking water systems account for approximately 35 percent of the energy consumed by municipalities.
Energy costs for some warehouses are more than 10% of their annual revenue. Warehouse operators can take advantage of many methods to reduce energy bills through improving efficiency in their facilities.
Manufacturing processes use a great deal of energy but can benefit from energy-saving strategies. Learn how to create energy savings that can reduce costs while improving process reliability.
Energy intensities in buildings containing laboratories can be 3 to 8 times greater than those of a typical office building, and laboratories that include clean rooms can use up to 100 times the energy of other buildings. Learn about what you can do to save energy and money in these facilities.
The options for lighting high-bay spaces are expanding. Learn about the various technologies and how to determine which is most cost-effective for your application.
In dry climates, evaporative cooling can fully satisfy building cooling loads, and it can also be applied cost-effectively when integrated with conventional chiller systems. Learn about the types of evaporative cooling, system performance, and choosing the best system for your application.
Energy intensities in data centers can be up to 40 times greater than those of a typical office building. Considerable efficiency and conservation opportunities exist in most facilities to reduce the energy consumed by servers and the HVAC equipment that keeps them cool.