150 miles of CSTAT.
Must be a manufacturing facility within 150 miles of College Station with an SIC code between 20 and 39 (excluding: oil and gas production, farming and ranching).
Supply Energy Data.
You must be willing to supply certain data about energy use (copies of electric and natural gas bills for 12 months), number of employees, annual production, gross annual sales, and other items.
Plant by Plant Basis.
A plant must be eligible on a plant-by-plant basis. A plant owned by a large company owning many plants is eligible if the individual plant meets the established criteria.
- Gross annual sales below $100M
- Fewer than 500 employees at the plant site.
- Annual utility bills between $100K and $2.5M.
- No in-house professional staff to perform the assessment.
What can I expect from Texas A&M University?
Two months after our team visits your plant you will get a technical report with recommended projects including conceptual information or designs to achieve savings, as well as an estimated implementation cost and pay back information.
Meet Our Team
We are one of 24 centers funded by U.S. Department of Energy to conduct free assessments for mid-sized industries. A team of professional staff and trained students conduct assessments to identify potential cost savings from energy efficiency improvements, waste minimization and pollution prevention, and productivity improvementStudents and staff visit the facility for a single day and compile a report of potential cost-saving measures for the facility. These assessments have helped mid-sized industries stay competitive through reduction of costs. The IAC at Texas A&M University has completed over 700 assessments in 27 years of service to the community.
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