GM Energy Efficiency

GM Energy Efficiency

Updates on how GM is reducing emissions and petroleum dependence by being more energy efficient.

For more information on GM’s commitment to energy efficiency, visit its sustainability report and environmental blog.

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GM’s Energy Stars: Brian Dohm and Steve Handlovits, Grand Rapids Operations
All this week, we will be recognizing employees from our U.S. facilities who have helped GM realize $435 million in energy savings by reducing energy intensity by 40 percent and carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent over the last 20 years. Names:  Brian Dohm, site utility manager and facilities electrical engineer Steve Handlovits, senior energy engineer,...
Nov 5, 2015 3:20 PM ET
GM's Energy Stars: Lorenzo Blagrove, Baltimore Operations
All this week, we will be recognizing employees from our U.S. facilities who have helped GM realize $435 million in energy savings by reducing energy intensity by 40 percent and carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent over the last 20 years. Name: Lorenzo BlagroveTitle: Site Utilities ManagerFacility: Baltimore Operations (now a mechanical engineer at the GM...
Nov 4, 2015 12:45 PM ET
GM’s Energy Stars: Bob Randazzo, Rochester Operations
All this week, we will be recognizing employees from our U.S. facilities who have helped GM realized $435 million in energy savings by reducing energy intensity by 40 percent and carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent over the last 20 years. Name: Bob RandazzoTitle: Facilities Area Leader, Plant EngineeringFacility: Rochester OperationsLength of time...
Nov 3, 2015 12:45 PM ET
GM’s Energy Stars: Tom Quinn, Spring Hill Manufacturing
All this week, we will be recognizing employees from our U.S. facilities who have helped GM realize $435 million in energy savings by reducing energy intensity by 40 percent and carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent over the last 20 years. Name: Tom Quinn Title: Energy Conservation Engineer Facility: Spring Hill Manufacturing Length...
Nov 2, 2015 10:10 AM ET
ENERGY STAR: Changing the Energy Conservation Conversation
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s mission for more than four decades has been to protect the environment and communities from harmful pollution. So far, great advances have been made in cleaning up our air, water and land. Pollution controls for vehicle and factory emissions have created cleaner operating conditions. But more can be done. All of us can prevent pollution through simple...
Oct 29, 2015 2:05 PM ET

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