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Agricultural Energy Efficiency | Farm Energy Audits

EnSave has been providing agricultural energy efficiency, farm audits, consulting, training, and education services in the United States for over twenty years. We help our agricultural clients achieve their farm energy efficiency goals while also helping to save energy and reduce their environmental impact. Inspired by America's hard working farmers, EnSave strives to provide energy saving solutions that strengthen farms and agricultural producers and organizations, and offer long-term viability. We help American agriculture become more sustainable and profitable through energy efficiency and resource conservation.


In The News

January 7, 2014
Deadline Approaching for 2014 Farm Energy Audits through USDA NRCS

Richmond, VT, January 2014

For farmers with a new year’s resolution to save money on operating costs, an agricultural energy management plan (AgEMP), commonly called a farm energy audit, is a good place to start. Funding is available for AgEMPs, …

Case Studies

4D Farms and Nursery Case Study

With propane and electric combined, Kenny Deibel's estimated net energy cost savings will amount to $8,287 per year. Read more about Kenny's story in our Case Studies or call EnSave at (800) 732-1399 to learn how an energy audit can help you save money on your operation.

Calendar of Events

May 2014 Energy Data Collector Training Webinar

When: Wed May 21 - Thu May 22

EnSave Energy Data Collectors, or “EDCs” are hired and trained as subcontractors of EnSave, and perform a vital function in EnSave’s farm energy auditing process. EnSave has trained more than 300 Energy Data Collectors covering all 50 states, Puerto Rico and Guam. Energy Data Collectors come from varied backgrounds and professional fields. Regardless of education and experience, a passion for helping agricultural producers save energy is essential in this role. Some EDCs are involved with other conservation or agricultural businesses such as providing nutrient management plans or agricultural consulting. Others come from energy-related businesses, i.e. residential or commercial energy auditing. In all cases, becoming a Certified Energy Data Collector with EnSave provides an excellent opportunity to learn a valuable set of skills, gain unique experience in both the agricultural and energy fields, and to work with the industry leader in farm energy efficiency assessment and programming. If you are interested in participating in this training, please contact us at (800) 732-1399.

Western United Dairymen Annual Convention

When: Wed March 5 - Fri March 7
Where: San Luis Obispo, CA