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Energy Efficiency: Plenty of Low-Hanging Fruit Remains

7:14 AM MDT | October 3, 2011 | Alex Scott

Chemical companies still have a huge amount of energy efficiency improvements that they could introduce to save money, according to speakers featured in a webcast in the past few days by Chemical Week. Garrett Forsythe, global solutions architect/DuPont Sustainable Solutions told the audience that the company’s Bold Energy Plan introduced in 2007 is on target to generate savings of $230 million in five years and that it foresees plenty of opportunities where the company could be reducing its energy consumption. Forsythe highlighted the extensive energy...

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