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Commercial Food Service Equipment Kate Lewis, EPA May 21, 2007. Overview. ENERGY STAR Background EPA Goals and Strategy Market Actors and how ENERGY STAR works with them Discussion . About ENERGY STAR. The Brand’s Proven Results Americans have purchased more than

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Commercial Food Service EquipmentKate Lewis, EPAMay 21, 2007


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Overview

  • ENERGY STAR Background

  • EPA Goals and Strategy

  • Market Actors and how ENERGY STAR works with them

  • Discussion


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About ENERGY STAR

  • The Brand’s Proven Results

  • Americans have purchased more than

  • 2 billion products that have earned the ENERGY STAR

  • The ENERGY STAR mark widely recognized

  • High brand loyalty: most ENERGY STAR purchasers would recommend the brand to others


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ENERGY STAR Commercial Food Service Family

2001

Expected 2007

2003

2003

2003

Expected 2007


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Goals

  • Reduce greenhouse gas emissions

  • Savings achieved through tracking increased sales of commercial dishwashers

  • Increase sales and market penetration of ENERGY STAR qualified commercial dishwashers


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Strategy

  • Provide market actors/supply chain with information about energy-efficiency and ENERGY STAR benefits



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Market Actors

  • Manufacturers

  • Manufacturer Reps

  • Manufacturer Association (s)

  • Equipment Specifiers/Consultants

  • Dealers/Distributors

  • Power Companies/Utilities

  • Operators


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Manufacturers

  • Partner with ENERGY STAR

  • Develop and qualify products

  • QP list them

  • Label the product

  • Awareness/Education


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Manufacturers Reps

  • Educate and train

  • Publication outreach


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Associations

  • NAFEM

    • Exhibit

    • Educational sessions


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Specifiers/Consultants

  • FCSI

    • Upcoming Consultant article

    • Educational opportunities

      • Super Regionals

      • Conference

    • Training opportunities


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Dealers/Distributors

  • SEFA

    • Past newsletter articles

    • Training program in the works


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Utilities/Rebates

9 states currently offering rebates


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Why Utility Rebates?

  • Many utilities are now required to fund energy-efficiency programs

  • Programs are evaluated on participation numbers—how many pieces of equipment they rebate


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Utility Co-Marketing

Western Foodservice & Hospitality Expo 2006


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Operators

  • Recent press about operators concerns with rising fuel and energy costs

  • ENERGY STAR focusing on restaurants, as they are the most energy-intensive

  • Working with NRA on education and awareness activity

Shaping Restaurants to Be Models of Efficiency

By LAURA NOVAK

May 17, 2006

“[I]f restaurants were automobiles, they would be Hummers. That's because the restaurant business wastes more energy than any other industry in America. Experts say that 80 percent of the $10 billion annual energy bill for commercial food service is squandered by the use of inefficient equipment.”

“The industry's efforts to save energy are becoming more universal. ‘This is not a fad,’ said Charlie Souhrada, director of member services for the North American Association of Food Equipment Manufacturers, a trade group in Chicago. "This is definitely where the future lies from the food service operators to the food service suppliers' perspectives."


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Co-marketing

  • Publication Outreach

  • Website cross-links

    • Energy Center

  • Conference calls with SRAs and ENERGY STAR utilities

New Rebate Finder Helps

Operators Trim Costs


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Operators

  • Independents

    • Small Biz

  • Franchises

  • Corporate Chains

    • Commercial Kitchen

      Initiative

www.energystar.gov/restaurants


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Evaluation

  • Typically ENERGY STAR is the top 25% of the market

  • EPA evaluates their success by collecting shipment data

  • EPA tracks shipments over the years to determine success and when revisions may be necessary


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Discussion

  • What are unique aspects of commercial dishwashers that affect marketing plans?


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Contact Information


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