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Fact Sheets & Guidelines

IAC Centers: Identifying Energy Savings in Water and Wastewater Plants

The DOE is now offering up to 50 assessments per year to industrial or municipal water and wastewater plants.

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IAC Quarterly Update - Spring 2014

Includes program results, highlights, and articles focusing on center assessment activities.

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Online Tools & Related Websites

DOE Advanced Manufacturing Office: Software Tools

AMO’s tools help manufacturers increase industrial energy efficiency at the plant-level and in specific systems.

Link: http://www.energy.gov/eere/amo/software-tools
DOE-AMO Steam System Modeler Tool (SSMT)

The Steam Calculators provide a variety of steam related calculations and models with comprehensive calculation descriptions and details.

Link: http://www.energy.gov/eere/amo/articles/steam-system-modeler
DOE-AMO Better Plants

Leading manufacturers and industrial-scale energy-using organizations demonstrate their commitment to improving energy performance by signing a voluntary pledge to reduce their energy intensity by 25% over a ten year period.

Link: http://www.energy.gov/eere/amo/better-plants