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Power Engineering Magazine Article: “Generating Safe, Efficient, Energy-Compliant Power Plants”

Ron Lutwen, SSOE's Power groupSSOE Group’s Ron Lutwen and Tom Fitzpatrick, PE discuss how a plant assessment and upgrade analysis can assist power plant and central steam plant owners in meeting the challenges that are common throughout the power industry, such as managing costs, maximizing reliability, complying with regulatory requirements, and maintaining a safe working environment, now and into the future. Continue reading →

Area Development Magazine Article: “Seeing the Site Through the Eyes of an Engineer”

Scott Hathaway, SSOEIn the 2011 Directory issue of Area Development, SSOE’s Scott Hathaway, PMP, discusses how manufacturers, retailers, and other industry organizations need to scrutinize their site selection as the economy crawls out of recession. Continue reading →

Eliminate the Inflated Contingency

Our gated-execution process is at the core of our work – it’s a philosophy that’s been adopted whole heartedly.

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Control Engineering Magazine Article: “Sustainable Engineering–Energy Master Plan Reduces Costs”

Zach Platsis, SSOE's Energy Consulting groupNeed higher efficiency? Drop the piecemeal approach to managing energy and sustainability initiatives. An integrated energy master plan, including discrete, batch, and processing lines, helps industrial and manufacturing companies realize cost, efficiency, and operational benefits. SSOE’s Jerry Carter and Zach Platsis,both sustainability experts, are interviewed for this article. Continue reading →

Four Roads to Energy Efficiency

Rising to the ChallengeIs your company eager to become more energy efficient and reap the financial rewards, but you aren’t sure where to start? Or maybe your company is one that equates energy efficiency programs to going on a diet. You know it would be good for you in many ways, and you keep talking about it, but you just haven’t made it happen. Now, with energy costs on the rise and emissions reduction legislation pending in Congress, there are more reasons than ever to commit. The U.S. Federal Government is one source for free tools and programs to help companies map out a strategy for reducing their energy consumption and costs. This article is an overview of the various programs, and ways companies can be recognized for their achievements in sustainability and energy reduction. Continue reading →

Energy Survey

Once you’ve read our article on energy management programs, take our energy survey for a chance to win a solar phone charger.Find out how your company’s energy management programs stack up against others. Please take our short survey–just six minutes–to find out. All participants will receive the results and our white paper that contains more useful information about energy management programs.

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