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|dc.creator||Shipley, A. M.|
|dc.creator||Elliott, R. N.|
|dc.description.abstract||Abundant, low-cost energy efficiency opportunities exist in industries with a high representation of small and medium-sized manufacturers. Small industrial facilities with fewer than 250 employees consume 25% of all industrial energy. Designing energy efficiency programs to address the small and medium-sized industrial market segment has been a challenge, because of the large number of facilities, the limited staff resources within plants, and the relatively small energy savings at any one given site. In this paper, we will examine the ways in which decisions are made in small and medium-sized facilities. A review of existing energy efficiency programs geared toward this sector will be analyzed. We will look into some of the failures of the existing programs and suggest areas for improvement.||en|
|dc.publisher||Energy Systems Laboratory (http://esl.tamu.edu)|
|dc.subject||Energy Efficiency Programs||en|
|dc.subject||Small and Medium Sized Industries||en|
|dc.title||Energy Efficiency Programs for Small and Medium Sized Industry||en|
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