Continuously improve your business's energy efficiency with Industrial Energy Management.
Together, we're building a community of businesses. All of us share the goal of saving energy while creating a more sustainable and prosperous future for Michigan. We come together regularly in Industrial Energy Management forums, held across the state.
Attend the forums to learn in depth about specific energy management technologies or practices. Learn how to apply these energy saving solutions at your facility. Share your business' successes with your colleagues and learn from the successes of others. Together we'll figure out how to save more energy every day.
At your request, we’ll send a team to your facility for a half-day energy efficiency training and technical walkthrough. Together, we’ll analyze your present energy use patterns and practices.
Next, we’ll explain the available pathways to an industrial energy management system that will integrate continuous improvement into your business practices.
Finally, we’ll take a walk through your facility together, identifying some opportunities to save your business energy.
The ENERGY STAR Challenge for Industry asks your business to meet an ambitious energy saving goal: reduce your energy use by 10% in five years or less.
We’ll support you in rising to the challenge with an energy audit or kaizen event, technical support in implementing your energy management system and compliance assistance.
When you meet the challenge, you’ll receive recognition from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. If you achieve your goal in two years or less, your approved energy efficiency projects may be eligible for additional rebates.
When your business achieves ISO 50001 Energy Management System certification, it shows that you’ve successfully implemented a system for continuous improvement. Your energy efficiency has already improved, and it’s now at the core of your business to keep saving more.
We’ll work with you, providing an energy audit, gap analysis and technical support as you plan and implement your energy management system.
When you complete the certification process, the energy efficiency programs at your facility may be eligible for additional rebates.