Dow Pledges $100 Million to Energy Reduction Projects
March 1, 2011 | Kara Sissell
Dow Chemical says it will invest $100 million in projects that will reduce energy usage and greenhouse gas emissions. The capital investment will be awarded to Dow business units and manufacturing sites that submit proposed projects with “the greatest impact in several key performance areas,” including accelerated cost savings. “The commitment of these funds will enable new projects that offer exceptional financial returns and significant energy and emissions benefits,” says Doug May, v.p./energy and climate change at Dow. The company says...
If you have already signed up for access to Chemical Week Regulatory Watch, please log in here.
Forgot your user ID or password? Click here to have it sent to you.