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Univ. of Tennessee IAC
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Univ. of Tennessee IAC
Center From 1982 to 2000
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Univ. of Tennessee
Due to University and State restrictions, IAC assessment activities at your local center may be on hold.
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Univ. of Tennessee is no longer an active IAC Center
TN-IAC is no longer active

The Univ. of Tennessee Industrial Assessment Center (TN-IAC) provides free energy, productivity, and waste assessments to small and medium sized industrial facilities through funding provided by the US Department of Energy.

595 Assessments
3,950 Recommendations
4.44 Tbtu Energy Saving*
$69.88 million Cost Savings*
*Recommended Savings
Generic IAC Assessment Activity
Generic IAC Assessment Activity
Generic IAC Assessment Activity

Apply for an IAC Assessment

Specific Eligibility Requirements*:
  • 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.

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