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  1. Making an industrial workplace more energy efficient can seem like an impossible task. Don’t get overwhelmed. There are things you can do to ensure your workplace is as energy efficient as possible. Consider Your Heating and Cooling Source If you’re heating and cooling your industrial workspace, you could be wasting a lot of energy. Unless it absolutely needs to be heated or cooled, you should make sure you are using as little energy as possible on the heating and cooling. If you absolutely need to have your space climate controlled, you should consider using a system that is more energy efficient. Try a New Transformer If you don’t have an industrial transformer, your industrial workplace is not as efficient as it could be. You need to make sure the transformer is designed for the things you need and that has to be a part of what you use to make it the best it can be. You also need to consider where it is and how much of a load there is on it. Even industrial transformers might get overloaded if you don’t have the right size. Upgrade Your Equipment The equipment you use in your industrial workplace can have a huge impact on the energy in the workplace. It’s important to be sure you’re using the right equipment that has the most energy efficiency. No matter what you plan on using, you can get better efficiency if you have the best equipment possible. Get Employees Involved In an industrial workplace, employees doing things can make a huge difference. By getting employees involved, you can help them make the right choices to lower their energy usage. You may also even be able to reward them for the best energy usage options if you want. Take Very Small Steps Small steps can make a huge difference for people who are in an industrial space that is big. It’s a good idea to take small steps to help your workplace save energy and get more options from the efficiency. There are things you can do—like getting automatic restroom lights—that will save energy in your building. Small steps can make a world of difference. While there are many things you can do to help increase the efficiency of your industrial workplace, using all these steps will make it the best it can be. It’s a good idea to try different things to see which works for your efficiency.