Agricultural Energy Management
Looking to cut energy
costs on your farm?
Henry County REMC has teamed up with EnSave, Inc. to help local farmers to identify ways to save energy on the farm.
A farm energy audit, or Agricultural Energy Management Plan (AgEMP), can identify opportunities to save between 10% and 35% of current energy use and will prioritize the most cost effective ways to save energy on the farm. When making a business decision, such as upgrading equipment, the energy audit provides information to maximize the return on investment. It also helps form a plan for greater energy independence.
The AgEMP is funded by the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service’s Environmental Quality Incentives Program. After receiving your AgEMP, EnSave can work with you to access incentives for energy efficiency projects through Henry County REMC. EnSave is a registered Technical Service Provider to provide the AgEMPs across the United States. With over 20 years experience and thousands of farm clients, EnSave has helped set the standard for farm energy audits.
To participate, simply call EnSave at (800) 732-1399 to learn more about the farm energy audit or click here to download application. We will give you $50 and a FREE engine block heater timer upon completion of your audit to help save energy on your diesel vehicles during the cold weather season.