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Energy Incentives and Programs Available to the Pulp & Paper Industry PPIC 2006 Panel

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4 Author(s)
Malinowski, J. ; Baldor Electr., Fort Smith, AZ ; Aue, J. ; Medo, J. ; Tunnessen, W.

This panel discusses energy incentives, strategies and programs available to the pulp and paper industry from motors to corporate management. At the process level, US Department of Energy surveys indicate that within process industries, electric usage by motors and drives accounts for as much as two-thirds of all electric usage. By adopting best practices, electric usage for motor driven equipment may be reduced by over 50%. When supported with a strong plant and corporate energy management additional facility-wide savings can be realized. To assist the pulp and paper industry realize these savings, a number of assistance and incentive programs, such as Focus on Energy in Wisconsin, offer state, provincial, and regionally focused support. At the corporate level, national programs like ENERGY STAR provide resources and tool from strategic energy management

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Pulp and Paper Industry Technical Conference, 2006. Conference Record of Annual

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18-23 June 2006

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