MAL has a proven track record with Fortune 1000 Companies. We have the experience and the ability to improve your energy efficiency, usage and support/complement sustainability efforts. North America has made significant investments in energy efficiencies over the past few years. Since 1973, companies have decreased their energy intensity (primary energy consumed per unit of GDP) by 45%. Much of this decline has been the result of energy efficient technologies. The technological advances, combined with innovative approaches with utility companies are delivering ongoing improvements, but with diminishing returns. Nevertheless, there are significant ongoing energy efficiency improvements still available through non-capital operating and maintenance practices.
For the past 35 years, MAL has implemented a comprehensive energy management behavior culture that focuses on reducing energy waste and executing proper operating practices. The MAL 2-phased approach includes a gap analysis for opportunity identification and an implementation process for installing meaningful metrics and reporting in a real time basis across all shifts and departments. The MAL energy process incorporates a continuous improvement mindset with sustainability and a P&L mentality for ongoing consumption reduction that is weather, volume, and mix sensitive.
The results produce a significant measurable improvement of between 10% and 20% cumulative across all utilities (natural gas, electricity, water/sewer, purchased gases and fuels).
Included in the MAL process is: