Use sustainability as a competitive advantage.
Every manufacturer knows that energy is expensive. In fact, 30% of all energy usage in the U.S. is linked to manufacturing – at a staggering annual cost of $200 billion.
Appallingly, 58% of the total energy produced in the U.S. is wasted due to inefficiencies – anything that gets hot (motors, lights, etc.) is wasting energy.
But many manufacturing executives believe that they can’t do much to improve these stats.
However, they can improve.
Most energy costs can be managed, and Kansas Manufacturing Solutions’s sustainability experts can help you do it. Our energy engineers have decades of experience in industrial energy management, and have helped thousands of clients reduce their energy costs.
Your energy cost problems may include:
- Older lighting that needs to be updated
- High compressed air costs
- Inefficient heating and cooling systems
- Problematic control systems,
Still not sure it’s worth it to your bottom line? Over the past 20 years, coal prices have jumped by 74%. Since 1994, natural gas prices have risen a surprising 104%. By 2030, experts project that commercial electricity prices will jump at least 33%.
Jakobe Furniture is a small hospitality furniture manufacturer in Kansas
City, KS. They used Kansas Manufacturing Solutions to succeed with energy efficiency.
Or contact us to talk about energy efficiency can
put you at a competitive advantage.