Better Plants Overview

Originally delivered Mar 21, 2018
Source: AIChE
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    Archived Webinar
  • Level:
    Basic
  • Duration:
    1 hour
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Improving energy efficiency is critical to your plant’s profitability and sustainability. Take this webinar to find out how the DOE can help. 

In 60 minutes. Robert Lung shares his many years of experience expanding the DOE’s Better Plants program and ensuring it supports manufacturers and industrial-scale energy users. In this overview, gain a deeper understanding of the Better Plants program, including its value proposition for manufacturers and how you can benefit whether or not you’re a partner. Plus, discover new features designed to improve energy efficiency, including new trainings and a new technology transfer initiative, equipment sharing program, and online tool for implementation of an energy management system based on the ISO 50001 standard.

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Robert Lung

Robert Lung has supported energy efficiency and clean energy programs through research and analysis of best practices and technologies as well as outreach and policy analysis on behalf of federal, private sector and non-governmental organizations.

Currently, Mr. Lung is an ORISE Fellow with the U.S. DOE’s Advanced Manufacturing Office where he supports the Better Plants and Superior Energy Performance programs by helping with expansion of industry participation and ensuring that the programs offer value to manufacturers and industrial-scale energy users.Read more

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