State profiles of energy efficiency opportunities in the south


Figure 8: Commercial Sector Savings



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Figure 8: Commercial Sector Savings



Figure 9: Commercial Sector Savings by Fuel Type


Industrial Sector

The implementation of plant utility upgrades, process improvements, and combined heat and power policies in Tennessee’s industrial sector can reduce projected consumption by about 10% (63 TBtu) in 2020 and 14% (97 TBtu) in 2030 (Figure 10). The industrial energy required by about 91 average industrial facilities is avoided in 2020, or about $73,000 average annual savings per industrial facility. The principal energy savings are from electricity, but significant natural gas savings could also occur (Figure 11). These three energy efficiency policies could nearly eliminate any growth in consumption of industrial energy over the next two decades.









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