Compressed air audits often miss areas that would further reduce energy consumption, more accurately quantify savings and improve system reliability. Tom will be presenting “Compressed Air Audits: Going Deeper for Better Results,” at this year’s AEE World Energy Conference in Washington DC, September 25 – 25. His poster presentation will show how auditors can go […]
Tom will be presenting on “VFDs and Motors: How They Work, ” at this year’s annual AEE World Energy Conference in Washington DC, September 25 – 27. With motors responsible for consuming roughly 28% of all U.S. electrical energy output, it’s important to look at all ways to reduce motor energy consumption while still providing […]
Laura and Tom are honored to be presenting once again at the Operator Training Committee of Ohio (OTCO) Class III & IV Workshop on July 30 & 31. Their topic will be “Best Practices for Reducing Both Energy Costs and Consumption.” OTCO is the primary training organization for Ohio’s water and wastewater operators. This Workshop […]
The 2019 AEE Energy Conference East will be held at the Hynes Convention Center in Boston on March 20 and 21. Tom will be presenting on electric motors and how they work, when they don’t and how to make them operate more efficiently.
Tom will be presenting a case study covering a recent energy efficiency project. An SES customer needed to build a new industrial headquarters and plant. Due to their past work with SES and seeing the financial benefits of operating an energy efficient operation, they decided they wanted the new building to be very energy efficient. Tom’s presentation […]
A compressed air system audit can show the actual cost of compressed air and identify simple ways to cut energy costs. Compressed air is a facility’s most expensive utility. By comparison, if a simple machine used 5 HP for 10 minutes to lift an object and the power could be provided by either electricity, natural […]
I’m honored and excited to have been selected as a speaker at this year’s conference, which will be held on February 20-21 at the Renaissance Hotel in Columbus, OH. This year I will be presenting a case study that covers our ASHRAE Level 2 Energy Audit at a grocery store. A few of the things we will […]
Tom’s presentation will cover SES’ work with an Ohio grocer who embraced sustainable business practices and wanted his independent store to be the most energy efficient store in the state. His presentation will cover lighting, refrigeration, HVAC, motors and pumps, controls, cooking and the building envelope.
The Commercial and Industrial Energy Efficiency Program from FirstEnergy’s Ohio utilities has been reinstated. This program, which is effective January 1, 2017 is good for existing and new construction. We are an approved FirstEnergy Trade Ally and can provide expertise on all aspects of the rebate program. If you have a project ready for submittal, or need […]
As reported in energychoicematters.com, NOPEC (Northeast Ohio Public Energy Council) has selected NextEra Energy Services Ohio, LLC (NESO) as their electricity supplier. The NOPEC municipal aggregation program currently serves almost 500,000 customers in 13 northern Ohio counties served by FirstEnergy’s Ohio utility companies; Ohio Edison, The Illuminating Company and Toledo Edison. NESO will begin supplying power on […]