Making Energy Efficiency a Priority, Fred Moore, Dow Chemical Company
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Nov 17, 2009: Alliance to Save Energy Congressional briefing, "Heavy Industries: Advancing American Manufacturing," - A discussion by industry experts centering on the current and future prospects for ...

Nov 17, 2009: Alliance to Save Energy Congressional briefing, "Heavy Industries: Advancing American Manufacturing," - A discussion by industry experts centering on the current and future prospects for energy efficiency in their four respective industries. All agreed on the great potential for energy efficiency projects but acknowledged the formidable barriers that inhibit investment.

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Making Energy Efficiency a Priority, Fred Moore, Dow Chemical Company Making Energy Efficiency a Priority, Fred Moore, Dow Chemical Company Presentation Transcript

  • Making Energy Efficiency a Priority Fred Moore Global Director, Manufacturing & Technology, Energy The Dow Chemical Company
  • About Dow
      • Diversified chemical company, harnessing the power of science and technology to improve living daily
      • Founded in Midland, Michigan in 1897
      • Supplies more than 3,300 products to customers in 160 countries
      • Annual sales of $57.4 billion
      • 46,000 employees worldwide
      • Committed to Sustainability
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  • Chemical Industry and Energy Efficiency
      • One of the largest U.S. industries - $689 billion enterprise
      • Employs up to 850 thousand nationwide
      • Largest energy consumer in the manufacturing sector
      • Reduced fuel and power consumed per unit of output by 28 percent since 1990
      • As a result, chemical industry has cut GHG emissions by 16%
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  • Potential of Energy Efficiency
    • UN Foundation Report
      • Cooperation and action within G8+5 countries to improve energy efficiency to 2.5% per year (double the global average) would:
        • Avoid $3 trillion worth of new power generation
        • Eliminate the same amount of energy supplied by 2,000 coal power plants
        • Save consumers $500 billion per year by 2030
    • National Petroleum Council Report 2007
      • Current available efficiency technology could reduce energy use in the U.S. an additional 15-20%, if applied
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  • 11-5-09 600 trillion Btu/yr 850,000 BBL/day Fuel & Feedstock Oil & Gas Feedstock Ethane, Propane Butane, Naphtha Steam Power
  • Energy Efficiency Matters 11-5-09 Source: Energy Information Administration. World Energy Projections Plus (2008). 31 st Oxford Energy Seminar
  • Dow Leading Energy Intensity Improvements 11-5-09 31 st Oxford Energy Seminar
  • Reducing Dow’s GHG Emissions 11-5-09 Millions of metric tons CO2e
  • Reducing Dow’s GHG Emissions 11-5-09 Millions of metric tons CO2e
  • Driving Energy Efficiency at Dow
    • Reaching Beyond the Fence:
      • Dept of Energy – “Save Energy Now”
      • Energy Star’s – Industrial Energy Star Program
      • Texas Industries of the Future – Programs, Texas Show Case
      • Alliance to Save Energy
      • ACEEE
      • American Chemistry Council
      • Others
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  • It’s Not Just Energy Efficiency
    • 1 – Energy Efficiency
    • 2 – Expand Supplies
    • 3 – Diversify Fuels and Feedstocks
    • Nuclear, Clean Coal, Coal to Gas, Coal to Chemicals, Bio Feedstocks, Renewables - Solar, Tidal, Wind, Hydro
    • 4 – Research, Development, and Infrastructure
    • More Basic Research in Energy, Improved Infrastructure, Upgrade aging coal assets & transmission systems, Nuclear to chemicals, Storage of energy
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