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With the demand for energy increasing around the world, we recognize the need to use energy efficiently across our entire company, whether in our offices or in our operations that produce our oil, gas, coal, and electricity.

Chevron Uses Energy Efficiently

Since 1992, we've increased the energy efficiency of our global operations by 34 percent.

One of our companies, Chevron Energy Solutions, helps institutions and businesses use energy more efficiently and generate power from renewable sources such as solar and biomass.

Our customers range from schools, colleges and universities to U.S. federal, state and local government agencies to commercial and industrial businesses, including Chevron.

Our experts design and install high-efficiency equipment upgrades that provide energy and operational savings. These savings generally cover the cost of the improvements, and provide ongoing benefits to the customer and the environment.

Improving Energy Efficiency at Chevron

Chevron is also a consumer of energy. Getting our products from the ground to the market takes significant amounts of energy.

With the demand for energy increasing around the world, we recognize the need to use energy efficiently across our entire company, whether in our offices or in our operations that produce our oil, gas, coal, and electricity.

We have made a long-term commitment towards reducing the energy we use in our day-to-day operations. Energy efficiency provides the easiest, cheapest and most reliable source of "new" energy available today.

By using energy wisely, we can produce our products more cost-effectively for our customers and reduce the impact on the environment, including reducing greenhouse gas emissions as well as other air emissions.

Updated: July 2011

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