Energy initiatives that make an impact
Reduce your community's footprint with LEEM emissions tracking technology.
MAKE AN IMPACT
Reduce your facility and community emissions footprint with our LEEM data and tracking technology
E2i is commercializing LEEM technology developed at the College of Engineering at Wayne State University by faculty and students passionate about providing new ways for communities, companies, and citizens to quickly and meaningfully reduce emissions of harmful pollutants.
AMERICAN WATER WORKS ASSOCIATION
Water utilities, making a big difference
The American Water Works Association (AWWA) is committed to helping its water utility members contribute to the environmental sustainability of their communities. In a recent Water Utility Energy Challenge, five water utilities together reduced CO2 emissions by more than 1.5 million pounds.
According to AWWA : "LEEM is one of only a handful of tools available to water treatment plant operators to measurably decrease the levels of environmentally harmful emissions resulting from their daily operations. AWWA has previously partnered with E2i on LEEM's application in a diverse cross-section of AWWA member treatment plants. We were able to scientifically validate LEEM as one of the most cost-effective options available in the marketplace. As a result, it is also one of few tools AWWA has chosen to feature prominently on its website."
OTHER USES OF LEEM
We integrated our real time emissions intensity signal into the energy management dashboard of multiple buildings in CS Mott and the College of Engineering, and identified further opportunities to shift load and reduce emissions.
NATIONAL ENERGY CO
For a national renewable energy company, we increased the potential carbon offset value of renewable generation resources by more accurately evaluating the marginal emissions displaced.
UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN
We provided a more accurate, time-specific carbon emission profile for a large administrative building and analyzed differences in energy usage and emissions between weekdays and weekends, pointing to additional emissions reductions opportunities for the university.