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A great way to start 2012 is by getting an accurate picture of your company’s energy usage and how you might become more energy efficient. And a great way to do this is with a free energy assessment currently being offered by D.L. Steiner.
D.L. Steiner’s energy assessment is a CEM-completed engineering study that uses your company’s historical energy data, an inspection of your facility, and comparisons with industry averages to identify areas where you can increase energy efficiency and conservation—and save money!
Contact D.L. Steiner at 419.222.6048 to schedule your free energy assessment and to request our Pre-Assessment Data Collection Form.
With today’s uncertain energy costs, reducing energy consumption, or at least using energy more efficiently, is becoming a top priority for an increasing number of organizations. To help our clients improve their energy use, D.L. Steiner continues to explore and expand our energy management capabilities and services. One of the most notable developments in this area happened recently when D.L. Steiner President, Dan Steiner, learned he had earned the Certified Energy ManagerSM (CEM®) designation from the Association of Energy Engineers (AEE). Headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia, the AEE has over 11,000 members in 78 countries.
The purpose of the CEM program is to raise the standards and practice of energy management by recognizing those who demonstrate both knowledge and ability to manage energy wisely. “CEM” is an international symbol of competence in currently accepted best practices for effective energy management. Steiner is one of only 8,500 CEMs worldwide.
“The CEM is a visible symbol of D.L. Steiner’s capabilities in energy management,” said Steiner. “It also represents our commitment to deliver complete energy solutions to our clients.”
For more on our energy management services and the CEM designation, contact D.L. Steiner.
Link to the full article originally published in Dec. 1999 issue of PlantEngineering.com.
By DANIEL L. STEINER, P.E., D. L. STEINER. INC., LIMA OH; AND
WILLIAM WHITEHEAD, SENIOR APPLICATION ENGINEER SIEMENS ENERGY & AUTOMATION NORCROSS, GA
Recent advances in both microprocessor- based monitoring and control devices and computer networking have expanded the range of power monitoring equipment available and improved functional capabilities of these devices. The result is a significant new potential for increasing power system reliability while simultaneously decreasing system operating costs. These advances along with deregulation are causing a growing number of plants to develop comprehensive new energy management strategies that help them maximize valuable energy resources. . .