Stimulus Package and Saving Industrial Energy?
By Marty Michael on Jul 29, 2009
Trying to understand the so called "Stimulus" package and its impact on industrial business is hard to figure out around all of the hype. I have found the government's own website at http://www.recovery.gov/ to be lacking in detail and mostly centered on selling the value of the stimulus package.
I recommend the web site for the Alliance to Save Energy at http://www.ase.org/. I don't know if this site is always accurate but they appear to be a good source of information.
Since energy is a big part the plan I looked around and found this article on Energy-Efficiency Home and Vehicle Tax Credits and found it very informative although it doesn't apply directly to Industrail Energy I thought it was worth sharing.
Your thoughts and ideas on saving industrial energy are always welcome so please comment if you have something to add.
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