This book will reveal cost reductions and how to slash your energy costs without investing big money. The three pillars of costs reduction will discussed: Assembling your options and analyzing your risk; developing options with your utility; and cutting out obvious waste in your operation. Those who will benefit from this excellent text are business owners, CFOs, plant managers, plant engineers, and energy managers. You will learn how to distill what savings are possible and how you can quickly accomplish those savings from what you already know and can expect to walk away at the end of this book with confidence and a realistic plan of action for reducing your costs.
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What's in it for you.
These are your tools for demand and cost reduction.
How to get thing "utility" done.
Roger Brown is a graduate of Georgia Tech’s H. Milton Stewart School of Industrial and Systems Engineering. His articles on cost reduction and the future of energy have appeared in Paper 360, the journal of the pulp and paper industry. He has directed energy cost optimization projects for clients in the United States and Canada for the past 20 years. His passions include diving with sharks and flying light aircraft.