Management Style Determines Energy Efficiency @sustainableplant #pauto #energy #automation #management

March 29, 2012

In our sister site,'s enewsletter today was an article by  Christopher Russell

In our sister site,'s enewsletter today was an article by  Christopher Russell who is recognized by the Association of Energy Engineers as a Certified Energy Manager and a Certified Energy Procurement Specialist, joined the Board of Directors of the Fuel Fund of Maryland in 2006, and is on the Advisory Board for the Texas A&M Industrial Energy Technology Conference. He has documented and evaluated energy management practices at dozens of facilities and advised corporations, utilities, trade associations, and government agencies in the planning and promotion of industrial energy programs.

In this article he shows how various management styles can either improve or retard a plant's quest to become more energy efficient. It is an excellent read, and I recommend it. Here's the link.

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