Lacey, WA, June 18, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Engineered Software, Inc. has been approved as an ALLY Organization of the U.S. Department of Energy’s Industrial Technologies Program (ITP), Save Energy Now. Save Energy Now is a national initiative aimed at reducing industrial energy intensity by 25% or more in the next 10 years. As an ALLY Organization, Engineered Software will support the efforts of other Save Energy Now Leader companies in the industrial and manufacturing industries with resources needed to reach ambitious energy goals.
"Since the early 80s, we saw our principle software program as a means to identify wasted energy in piping systems. The very nature of our software and training programs are to encourage the reduction of energy usage, leading to cost savings all around. By using our software, a system can be easily and accurately analyzed, redesigned and evaluated in order to create the most efficient plant or piping system facility," said Ray Hardee, P.E., Chief Engineer of Engineered Software, "Our newest training is based on the Assessment and Optimization standards created by the ASME and is supportive of the Save Energy Now initiative. As a member of the Save Energy Now ALLY program we are offering our full line of services to industrial plants and facilities that need to optimize their pump and piping systems, since these types of systems account for nearly 25% of the electrical demand in this country alone. We are proud to say that Engineered Software has had almost 30 years of experience in providing assessment tools to the pump and piping system industries."
Engineered Software plans to offer support for the program and participants in the form of software analysis tools, training, and promotion of the Save Energy Now initiative.
“We feel it is important to encourage our industry and our customers to do more towards reducing energy consumption. We have taken steps to reduce our own energy intensity as a company, and we want to provide the industries we serve with solutions that will reduce their energy intensity,” said Michael Blondin, Chief Operating Officer for Engineered Software, Inc.
For more information on DOE’s efforts to reduce industrial energy intensity, visit the Save Energy Now Web site at: www1.eere.energy.gov/industry/saveenergynow/.
About Engineered Software, Inc.
Founded in 1982, Engineered Software, Inc. has created products that are known worldwide for high end-user satisfaction rates. The company has two award-winning product lines – PIPE-FLO and PUMP-FLO Solutions. Recognized as the best in the industry, the programs’ interface was developed and refined based on over 25 years of customer feedback. Engineered Software is also the creator of Flow of Fluids Premium software, and holds an agreement with Crane Valve North America to produce, market and sell their Technical Paper, TP410. Engineered Software, Inc. has more than 5,500 clients worldwide across a variety of industries including aerospace and defense, chemical processing, engineering design and consulting, food and beverage, oil and petrochemical, mining and metals, pharmaceutical, power generation, pulp and paper, wastewater collection and treatment and education.