Technical Publications by Energy System

    Find sourcebooks, tip sheets, technical fact sheets, and market assessments to help improve the energy efficiency of the following energy systems:

    See descriptions of publications below.

    • Sourcebooks
      These reference books give the detailed technical information necessary for comprehensive understanding of energy system components, including how to analyze facility needs, optimize performance, and identify and implement energy efficiency and productivity improvements. Available for: compressed air, fans, motors, process heating, pumps, and steam.

    • Tip Sheets
      Two-page tip sheets give engineers and equipment operators advice to quickly determine air-fuel ratios for burners, evaluate adjustable speed drive efficiency, inspect and repair steam traps, benchmark fuel costs, and handle other system efficiency issues. Available for: compressed air, motors, process heating, pumps, and steam.

    • Technical Fact Sheets and Handbooks
      Fact sheets and handbooks provide the detailed information necessary to assess and squeeze the greatest efficiency out of industrial systems. They provide hands-on advice for engineers and equipment operators. Available for: CHP, compressed air, motors, process heating, pumps, and steam.

    • Market Assessments
      Market assessments describe the state of the market for industrial systems, components, and energy efficiency services; customer awareness of and desire for efficient systems; and the potential market for more efficient technology. Available for: CHP, compressed air, motors, and steam.

    Visit the Publication and Product Library to access hundreds of information products on manufacturing or industrial technologies and learn more about energy savings opportunities. You can browse by topic or search by product category, alphabetically or by key word or phrase. You can view, or download most documents.

    The ENERGY STAR® Industrial Energy Management Information Center is a useful resource for industrial energy managers looking for information on corporate energy management, and also contains energy-savings information tailored to industries or focused on specific plant utility and process improvements. ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy.