The Energy and Waste Assessment Process
To qualify for an assessment by Midwest-IAC at the University of Missouri (MU), facilities must meet the following criteria:
- Be a manufacturer or wastewater treatment facility (note: a manufacturer must have a SIC code between 2001 – 3999)
- Have yearly energy bills between $100,000 and $2.5 million
- Be located within approximately 150 radial miles of Columbia, MO. (note: we also conduct energy assessments in Kansas state, central and southern Illinois)
Manufacturing facilities may qualify for Midwest-IAC services under exception to the above criteria. Please contact us if you have questions about the eligibility of your facility.
Confidentiality of Assessment
We take great care to keep all data and analysis confidential to the maximum extent possible. Data is not shared with any organization or agency except the US Department of Energy, the program sponsor. This is necessary as DOE field managers review the report to ensure continued high quality of the reporting. The DOE also maintains the data in an aggregated form in a national database that is available to the public.
Apply for Energy Assessment
Contact the Assessment Center Director, Sanjeev Khanna, on email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 573-884-9109, with the following information:
Contact phone number
Yearly energy costs ($)
Client Contact and Possible Pre-Assessment Visit
After a potential client expresses interest in receiving Midwest-IAC services, the IAC director will ensure that
- The client is eligible for an assessment
- The client becomes familiar with the assessment objectives and procedure
- On occasions the IAC director may visit the client before the assessment
Collection of Pre-Assessment Data
Before conducting an assessment, Midwest-IAC needs the client’s utility bills (electric, natural gas, other fuels, water including sewage if applicable) from the past year (12 consecutive months) and a filled-out IAC Pre-audit form
Pre-Assessment data should be made available to Midwest-IAC preferably two weeks before the assessment.
Phone Interview and Scheduling of Assessment
The IAC director will arrange with the client the assessment date and time. Prior to the onsite visit, the center director will conduct a brief phone interview, if needed, to compile additional background information.