INDUSTRIAL ENERGY SAVINGS EFFICIENCY IN THE HANDS OF ENGINEERS EVERYWHERE Industrial electric motors alone use a third of the world’s electricity, much of it in profligate use of energy that can be reduced with good engineering solutions. The world’s engineering industry has a major contribution to make in bringing down industrial energy use in all applications, everywhere ... President Donald Trump might have pulled the US out of the Paris Agreement on climate change but that will not reduce demand for General Electric’s wide-ranging energy efficiency solutions, says company global executive director Deb Frodl. “Clean energy technology is such an essential part of business and government strategies all over the world. Renewabl ...
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