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Efficiency Investments Saved Nissan ‘More than $11.5m per Year,’ ACEEE Reports

After Hurricane Katrina in 2006, amidst rising natural gas prices, Nissan North America implemented a host of energy efficiency investments that have reduced its US manufacturing plants’ overall energy consumption by more than 30 percent, saving Nissan more than $11.5 million per year, according to the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy’s latest report.

Energy Efficiency Job Creation: Real World Experiences describes programs, policies and business models that have led to regional increases in employment. Nissan North America is one of six profiles of real-world energy efficiency job creation in ACEEE’s report.

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