Photo showing 2017 AIChE SPTC Energy Efficiency Session Presenters
2017 AIChE SPTC Energy Efficiency Session Presenters
Photo showing Texas IOF Advisory Committee Chair Frank Roberto receives 2017 IETC Energy Award
Texas IOF Advisory Committee Chair Frank Roberto receives 2017 IETC Energy Award
Photo showing Ashutosh Garg, Furnace Improvements Services Inc., presents at Spring 2019 Energy Forum
Ashutosh Garg, Furnace Improvements Services Inc., presents at Spring 2019 Energy Forum
Photo showing Thomas Theising, Sustainable Energy Systems, LLC, presents at Spring 2019 Energy Forum
Thomas Theising, Sustainable Energy Systems, LLC, presents at Spring 2019 Energy Forum
Photo showing Brad Vickers, International Cooling Tower, listens to attendee question at Spring 2019 Energy Forum
Brad Vickers, International Cooling Tower, listens to attendee question at Spring 2019 Energy Forum
Photo showing TexasIOF Spring Energy Forum panelists Brad Vickers, Ashutosh Garg & Thomas Theising answer questions
TexasIOF Spring Energy Forum panelists Brad Vickers, Ashutosh Garg & Thomas Theising

 

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Presentations from Past Forums & Conferences

 

Presentations from the Texas Industrial Energy Management Forum April 11, 2019 with Meeting Information & Agenda



Presentation Forum - October 9-10, 2018 AIChE Energy Efficiency session.



Read summaries of feedback received from the break-out groups at the Texas IOF Industrial Water Management Forum, held November 1, 2018. Additional follow-up coming soon!



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The Texas Industrial Energy Efficiency Network (TIEEN)

 

In 2017, the Texas State Energy Conservations Office (SECO) directed The University of Texas at Austin to look strategically across the programs of non-profit and public organizations providing industrial energy efficiency technical, financial, and training assistance to Texas industries to ensure there was effective coordination, logical alignment, and minimal duplication of efforts particularly in light of the reductions in funding experienced by these programs. The report on this review included a recommendation to convene a Texas Industrial Energy Efficiency Network (Network) whose purpose would be:

  1. to enhance communication among its members,

  2. to share current developments, changes in services, information about constituency needs, and programmatic Best Practices; and

  3. to guide the development and maintenance of an information portal addressing the needs of non-utility, publicly-funded or non-profit industrial EE organizations and their customers.

Network members would include any non-profit or public entity in Texas providing energy efficiency services or research benefiting Texas industries. For organizations with regional sites providing local services (e.g. PACE, TMAC, and IACs), participation from all regional sites would be highly encouraged. To enhance opportunities for effective collaboration by Network members, the report further recommended structured, periodic communication. Ideally, this would take the form of in person meetings and telephone calls and/or webinars.

 

The Network convened for the first time in the fall of 2017 and has been meeting periodically since learning about and receiving updates on each others work and services offered and developing a web page, which will serve as the Network’s information portal. That web page, which can be accessed through the TIEEN tab in the navigation bar at the top of this page, is now active. SECO and Network members hope that the formation of the Network and creation of this portal will facilitate and significantly improve the experience of potential industrial beneficiaries seeking the services offered by Network members. You are encouraged to visit the TIEEN webpage for the latest information on services offered by Network members and to contact them if they can be of assistance to you.

 

Posted May 2019

 

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