The University of Miami Industrial Assessment Center (MI-IAC) provides free energy, productivity, and waste assessments to small and medium sized industrial facilities through funding provided by the US Department of Energy.
- Source: Jim Bryington, Facility Manager, Sun Hydraulics Corporation, 11/13/2015
- Source: Juan Roque, Vice President, Vista Color Corp, 09/11/2015
President Obama toured the Miami Industrial Assessment Center, where engineering graduate student Jason Grant explained the government-supported programs' mission and projects.
President Obama visits Miami IAC Center
In February 2012, President Obama highlighted the Industrial Assessment Centers (IAC) as a smart and important piece of the administration's "all-of-the-above" approach to domestic energy sources.
President Obama said, "We're taking a step that will make it easier for companies to save money by investing in energy solutions that have been proven here at the University of Miami -- new lighting systems; advanced heating and cooling systems that can lower a company's energy bills and make them more competitive."
|Center Director||Dr. Ramin Moghaddass|
1251 Memorial Drive
268 McArthur Engineering Building
Coral Gables, FL 33146
|Other||Dr. Amaury Malave|
|Other||Dr. Jose Almodovar|
|Assistant Director||Jaime Buitrago|
The 41 students (in BOLD) have also been awarded IAC student certificates for exceptional participation.
Apply for an IAC Assessment
- Must be a US Manufacturer
- Yearly Energy Bills:
- Greater than $100,000
- Less than $2,500,000
- Within 150 miles of an IAC
*For special cases, certain requirements may be waived.
Final client selection is left to the discretion of the individual IAC center.