Last month in Wisconsin, 90 GE contractors and employees took part in the company’s largest single energy audit. Called a “Treasure Hunt,” after an energy-saving process developed by Toyota, GE teams were charged with one mission: reduce the company’s carbon footprint by ferreting out inefficiencies in energy use. The three-day hunt was also one of the most successful, concluding with an identification of $3 million in savings and a reduction of nearly 24,000 metric tons of CO2.
And in the spirit of the treasure hunt, good luck finding those Easter Bunny eggs! See you on Monday.