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Where do the energy $$ go in an industrial plant?

May 15, 2014

“Utility costs are viewed differently because everyone thinks there is nothing you can do about electricity. It’s facilities overhead, just a line item in the facilities budget. In Finance we would look at the total maybe once a year."  - Fortune 50 Comptroller

Watson: Where do the energy dollars go in an industrial plant?

Holmes:
 Watson, you have asked the question that plant owners and Energy Professionals have been struggling with for decades. The simple answer is that no one knows where the energy and energy dollars go.

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