Honors Program

University Honors, Honors in Business

Date of Award

8-2012

Thesis Professor(s)

Douglas Dotterweich

Thesis Professor Department

Economics and Finance

Thesis Reader(s)

Lana Becker, Elwood Watson

Abstract

This research was focused on small manufacturing businesses and energy-efficiency programs on the federal, state, and local levels. Small manufacturing businesses have many types of energy-efficiency programs available to them from several different sources. Sources of information for these programs provide technical explanations that are difficult to understand. In addition, different qualifications are required for participation in different programs. The intention of this research was to form a manual for small manufacturing businesses that are energy-intensive. The purpose of the manual is to make the information about energy-efficiency programs more accessible and comprehendible for owners and managers of small manufacturing businesses.

Document Type

Honors Thesis - Open Access

Copyright

Copyright by the authors.

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