The University of Dayton Industrial Assessment Center (UD-IAC) provides free energy, productivity, and waste assessments to small and medium sized industrial facilities through funding provided by the US Department of Energy.
Energy Engineering related programs, degrees, etc:
- Source: Allen Francis, President, Production Paint Finishers, 01/11/2016
- Source: Ann Dougherty, General Manager of Sustainability, Roppe Holding Company, 01/19/2016
- Source: 11/25/2015
Mark Johnson, Director of the Advanced Manufacturing Office of the US Department of Energy, presents the University of Dayton IAC with the 2015 Center of Excellence award.
University of Dayton IAC awarded 2015 IAC Center of Excellence
The U.S. Department of Energy awarded the University of Dayton's Industrial Assessment Center the 2015 Center of Excellence Award. It's the second time the center has won the award (2003).
Since 1981, the University of Dayton's center, using teams of students and faculty, has performed more than 900 assessments, helping manufacturers reduce their energy use by about 7 percent. In a typical year, the center saves companies the equivalent electricity use of 1,300 houses and the equivalent natural gas use of 280 houses.
The 45 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.