Industrial Energy Efficiency Program

Overview

The Alabama Industrial Energy Efficiency Program promotes energy efficiency opportunities to small and medium sized manufacturers to improve their profitability by reducing their energy costs. ADECA partners with the U. S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Manufacturing Office and universities to provide resources to increase energy efficiency for Alabama industries. The program also provides education and training on the use of alternative energy sources and lean productivity processes in manufacturing.

The following resources are available to Alabama industries:

 

University of Alabama Industrial Assessment Center (AIAC)

The University of Alabama is home to one of 26 Industrial Assessment Centers sponsored by the U.S. Energy Department. Their mission is to assist small to medium sized manufacturing industries in Alabama with energy conservation, waste reduction and productivity increases.

The following links and documents provide more information:

AIAC Brochure

AICA website

IAC Fact Sheet

U.S. Energy Department Industrial Assessment Center website

 

Tax Incentives

For businesses, here is a PDF of Act # 2009-722 – the Investment Tax Credit for Energy Efficient Measures. The act extends the capital credit expansion program to 30 years, includes new or expanding corporate headquarters, data processing centers, research and development facilities and producers or power and gas from biomass, biofuel, and alternate and renewable energy sources as categories of industry eligible for existing tax incentives.