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arbcombo -- Energy Efficiency & Co-Benefits Assessment - Cement Sector Public Report will be available at noon on August 26, 2013 Posted: 23 Aug 2013 08:46:57
The Energy Efficiency Assessment Public Report—Cement will be available at noon on August 26, 2013, on the following website:. http://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/energyaudits/publicreports.htm ARB staff has developed five separate Public Reports compiling the information provided by the facilities subject to the Energy Efficiency and Co-Benefit Assessment of Large Industrial Facilities Regulation (EEA Regulation). The EEA Public Reports provide a sector-wide and facility-specific summary of the energy efficiency improvement projects identified by all of the reporting facilities. In addition, information on the estimated greenhouse gas, criteria pollutant, and toxics pollutant emission reductions and costs, as reported by the facilities, is included. The data presented in the reports are aggregated in a manner to be consistent with the public disclosure requirements under California Code of Regulations (CCR) §95610. The release of the EEA Public Reports is Phase 1 of a multi-phase program. More information on this multi-phase program is provided on the website above. The Cement Sector Public Report, the second of the five reports to be released, will be available at the website above at noon on Monday, August 26, 2013. The first report released, the Refinery Sector Public Report, was released on June 6, 2013. ARB staff held a stakeholder meeting on July 9, 2013, to discuss the Refinery Sector Public Report. A stakeholder meeting to discuss the remaining reports will be scheduled after their release. For more information regarding this advisory or the EEA Regulation, please visit our web site at http://www.arb.ca.gov/cc/energyaudits/energyaudits.htm or contact Ms. Cherie Rainforth at 916.327.7213, or via e-mail at email@example.com Background: On July 22, 2010, the Air Resources Board (ARB) approved the Energy Efficiency and Co-Benefit Assessment of Large Industrial Facilities (EEA Regulation). The regulation required the largest industrial sources in California to conduct a one-time assessment of fuel and energy consumption, and emissions of greenhouse gas, criteria pollutants, and toxic air contaminants. Affected facilities were also required to identify potential improvements in equipment, processes, or systems that could result in energy savings. You are receiving this single arbcombo email because you are a subscriber to or have made a public comment to one or more of the following lists: capandtrade, cc, energyaudits.