The continued viability of all Texas manufacturers hinges on three crucial initiatives:
SECO partners with Texas Industries of the Future (TIOF) to meet these objectives by offering specialized training, energy management forums and technology showcases. They also have developed targeted software tools to assist Texas manufacturers in evaluating energy-saving opportunities and their effects on air emissions.
Through its collaboration with TIOF and in partnership with the U. S. Department of Energy (DOE), SECO provides technical assistance and training for Texas industrial energy consumers. TIOF conducts conferences, workshops and forums, providing outreach to engineers and consultants in process industries on a variety of industrial energy-efficiency topics.
From semi-conductor manufacturers to food processors, all manufacturers are facing rising energy costs. The ability to manage and control these costs is critical to their global competitiveness.
For questions regarding this program, email Program Manager Alison Huxel.
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