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ABB’s 6-step energy saving plan is only 1-step away

10 November 2011

The latest version of ABb's award winning 6-step energy saving plan is now available. The plan provides customers with information on the best ways to save money by using variable-speed drives and high efficiency motors within their applications. The updated 6-step energy saving plan is captured in an all new, free 24-page guide which is available to download. A hard copy of the guide can be ordered through Brochureline on 0800 783 7491.

Using the guide, customers can assess up-to-date information on climate change and how it could affect their business. The guide also provides information on how to save money in setting up and running drive and motor applications, with tips on managing installations and when best to replace old technology with modern drives and motors.

Schemes to help those willing to invest are also highlighted in the guide. The Government’s Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECAs) scheme and finance from the Carbon Trust help reduce the costs associated with implementing a carbon reduction strategy. ABB’s 6-step plan provides information on what they are, qualifying requirements and information on the savings that are available.

The updated guide provides numerous examples of companies that have benefitted from implementing energy saving drives and motors within their production or process.

A number of web links point to further information and advice useful to those looking to implement energy savings measures.

Download the latest version here
 


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