Monday, June 20, 2022

DEP Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency Programs Can Help Your Business Respond To Rising Energy Costs As Energy Markets Spike

Every business uses energy, and for many businesses energy consumption is one of their primary, on-going operational costs. 

Finding ways to reduce energy costs is especially important now as the cost of natural gas and electricity increase in response to price spikes in international energy markets.

One place to start learning how business owners can reduce energy costs is DEP’s Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency Programs webpage.

The webpage provides timely energy efficiency help by business and institutional sectors-- Agriculture & Farming, College & Hospital Campuses, Commercial Buildings, Food Sales & Service, Government & Schools, Manufacturing & Industry and Transportation.

Each page provides information resources, tools and links to available funding opportunities and training, when available.

An Energy Opportunities page categorized energy saving opportunities by energy systems-- Air Compressors, Building Envelope, Controls, Fans/Pumps/Motors, Food Storage & Processing, HVAC, Lighting and Transportation.

To learn more, visit DEP’s Energy Conservation & Energy Efficiency Programs webpage.

Contact DEP’s Small Business Ombudsman for help navigating energy efficiency and other programs-- Samanthan Harman, 717-772-5160 or send email to:  

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[Posted: June 20, 2022]  PA Environment Digest

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