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    • Green Electrical Upgrades: A Powerful Opportunity to Cut Cost in the Industrial Market How Can Energy-efficient Electrical Products Improve the Bottom Line BENEFIT FROM GREEN ELECTRICAL COST SAVINGS for Industrial Customers? This brochure is meant to be a primer on Green Electrical Products and Solutions that have BENEFIT FROM GREEN ELECTRICAL COST SAVINGS proven to reduce electrical consumption and commercial building operating costs. The Green Resources Manufacturers Council of the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) presents According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), eight Energy Intensive Industries—Aluminum, Chemical, Forest Products, Glass, several categories of energy-efficient electrical solutions to consider. Hopefully your Metal Casting, Mining, Petroleum Refining, and Steel— “account for a full 75% of industrial energy consumption and represent the organization and your customers will benefit from these suggestions. largest opportunity to increase energy efficiency in the industrial sector.” The Industrial Technologies Program operated by DOE’s Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE) offers programs designed to help plants reduce their energy requirements. According to the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), industry and manufacturing consume approximately 32% of all U.S. energy usage—more than transportation, residential, or commercial. Organizations supporting Green Industrial Construction, Retrofit and Remodeling: So as energy costs spiral upward, plant MRO managers are seeking cost-effective solutions that U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy (EERE)—through its upgrade facilities and reduce energy costs. Industrial Technologies Program provides data, technical plant assessments, investments in technologies, and R&D. Green Electrical Products have made a major impact as the annual U.S. market in green building Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA)—non-profit association dedicated to products and services has grown from over $7 billion in 2005 to more than $12 billion in 2007.* promoting next generation technology in homes and buildings, especially integrated systems and home/building automation. I DOE indicates energy systems account for roughly 80% of all industrial and manufacturing Green Building Initiative (GBI)—established Green Globes™ web-based program to streamline the process of apply- energy usage. ing energy-efficient sustainable construction methods to Industrial buildings. I Industrial energy systems include: Motors, Pumps, Combustion, Steam, Process Heating, Combined Heat and Power, and Compressed Air. Sustainable Buildings Industry Council (SBIC)—non-profit organization established LEED® rating program, the I Motors alone consume nearly 25% of all U.S. electricity consumption, and more than 60% of all oldest green building program and oversees LEED certification of green/sustainable buildings. industrial electricity. I Nearly 40% of warehouse electricity is consumed by lighting. U.S. Green Building Council (USGBC)—non-profit organization established LEED® rating program, the oldest green building program and oversees LEED certification of green/sustainable buildings. * According to McGraw-Hill Construction Analytics Cover photos © Big Stock Photo, © ShutterStock, © Big Stock Photo, and courtesey of Siemens Energy & Automation. Photos this page © Big Stock Photo, courtesy of Baldor Electric, © Eimantas Buzas—Fotolia.com © 2008 National Association of Electrical Distributors This brochure was created by the National Association of Electrical Distributors (NAED) in conjunction with the NAED Manufacturers Council. This planning tool was developed for use by qualified professional electrical engineers, contractors, builders and architects involved in commercial construction and renovation projects to help raise awareness of the many ways they can adopt electrical energy-saving solutions to help reduce electrical operating costs. NAED member distributors can order quantities of this brochure for their customers by contacting NAED Customer Service by calling 888-791-2512, or online at customerservice@naed.org. TIPS FOR PLANT MROS, ELECTRICAL SPECIFYING ENGINEERS, CONSULTANTS, CONTRACTORS, AND Electrical engineers, contractors, builders, architects, etc. can obtain brochures at participating NAED electrical distributors. To find an NAED-Approved electrical distributor near you, go to www.naed.org and click on “Find A Member.” BUILDERS INVOLVED IN GREEN INDUSTRIAL MAINTENANCE, CONSTRUCTION OR REHAB PROJECTS (Front Cover) (Cover Flap) (Back Literature Flap) (EXTERIOR OF CUSTOM CUT COVER)
    • I 5 Energy-efficient Industrial Electrical Upgrades Checklist I 16 Focus on Energy Efficiency Focus on Automation, Control & Communications Systems I NEMA Premium motors I Variable Frequency Drives / Adjustable Speed Drives I Automated power management systems I NEMA TP-1 transformers I Diagnostics monitoring systems I Reduced-voltage starters I Wireless plant control I Electrical generation and Solar power systems I Power over Ethernet systems I Fiber optic cables II 18 20 Focus on Power Distribution I Wire and cable with flame retardant insulation I Power & energy management systems I Integrated panelboards I Integrated switchboards I Paralleling switchgear II 21 22 I Power factor capacitors and filters I Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) II 23 24 I Busway / Power bus I Submetering equipment and software II 25 26 Focus on Lighting & Lighting Control I 16 I 14 I Intelligent lighting control systems I Lighting control panels II 17 19 27 28 I Dimmers and Occupancy sensors I 15 I Energy-efficient T8/T5 lamps and fixtures I Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) lamps II 12 13 I Electronic dimming ballasts II 1 2 I Timeclocks and Photocontrols I Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps and exit II 29 30 /Emergency lights II 6 7 I Shatter-resistant lighting III 3 4 11 III 8 9 10 I 31 Focus on Energy Efficiency I Integrated switchboards 8 I Lighting control panels 15 Focus on Automation, I 1 NEMA Premium motors I Paralleling switchgear 9 I Dimmers and Occupancy sensors 16 Control & Communications Systems I 2 Variable Frequency Drives / Adjustable Speed Drives I 10 Power factor capacitors and filters I Energy-efficient T8/T5 lamps and fixtures 17 I 23 Automated power management systems I 3 NEMA TP-1 transformers I Uninterruptible Power Systems (UPS) 11 I Compact Fluorescent Lights (CFL) lamps 18 I 24 Diagnostics monitoring systems I 4 Reduced-voltage starters I 12 Busway / Power bus I 19 Electronic dimming ballasts I 25 Wireless plant control I 5 Electrical generation and Solar power systems I Submetering equipment and software 13 I Timeclocks and Photocontrols 20 I 26 Power over Ethernet systems I Light Emitting Diode (LED) lamps and exit 21 I 27 Fiber optic cables Focus on Power Distribution Focus on Lighting & Lighting Control /Emergency lights I 28 Wire and cable with flame retardant insulation I Power & energy management systems 6 I Intelligent lighting control systems 14 I Shatter-resistant lighting 22 I Integrated panelboards 7 (Cover Flap) (Inside Front Cover) (Back Literature Flap) (INTERIOR OF CUSTOM CUT COVER)