Reducing energy consumption in manufacturing

Glass production traditionally requires considerable energy consumption, which means the industry faces the ongoing challenge of managing the impact of rising energy costs.

In the glass industry energy consumption is a key area of expenditure, like many manufacturers, Pilkington is traditionally a very high energy user and faces the ongoing challenge of managing the impact of rising energy costs.It faces substantial annual energy bills and wanted to address this to reduce such costs and finding additional opportunities to improve efficiency and support its drive towards a low carbon and sustainable future.

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600450 Reducing energy consumption in manufacturing

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