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E3: Economy, Energy and Environment

E3 Webinar Presentations

Webinar presentations by the E3 Support Network, federal organizations that comprise E3, offer information about E3-related tools and resources.

National E3 Webinar Summit Webinar, March 6, 2013.
The webinar, hosted by Duke Energy, served as a forum for E3 state and federal partners to share best practices and lessons learned so that they can further streamline their administration and accelerate energy, economic and environmental results for manufacturers.

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  • Hiring Veterans Is a Smart Investment (PDF)(25 pp, 2 MB, June 18, 2013)
    Through E3, if we work with manufacturers to reduce the dollars they spend on managing waste, such as wasted energy, time, motion and materials, we will open up opportunities for them to spend those dollars on plant expansions, new technologies and new hires. E3 wants to make it easier for manufacturers to find the skilled workers they need within their local veteran communities.
  • Non-Federal Funding Streams for E3 Project Implementation (PDF)(21 pp, 849 K, June 5, 2013)
    This webinar discussed the landscape of financing opportunities for manufacturers looking to implement E3 assessment recommendations.
  • Facilitating Investment in the United States (PDF)(19 pp, 786 K, May 14, 2013)
    SelectUSA seeks to highlight the many advantages the United States offers as a location for business and investment.
  • Energy Resource Center (PDF)(24 pp, 1 MB, October 25, 2012)
    The Department of Energy's Advanced Manufacturing Office (AMO) has a wide range of resources available to organizations looking to learn about and implement energy optimization strategies in their buildings and facilities. AMO has created the Energy Resource Center (eCenter) to provide a central location for information and access to the various training, tools, and other resources.
  • Energy Star for Industry (PDF)(26 pp, 2 MB, October 25, 2012)
    This presentation includes information on Energy Star tools including sector-specific energy performance benchmarking tools, guides for finding energy savings, employee engagement resources, and guidance on developing site and corporate energy management systems.