GM’s Team of Energy Stars
The hard work and dedication of GM’s energy managers have helped us realize $435 million in energy savings. During the last 20 years, they’ve helped mobilize their teams and, as a result, reduced energy intensity by 40 percent and carbon dioxide emissions by 41 percent at GM’s facilities in the U.S.
An ongoing, long-standing partnership with the U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR program has helped drive this progress.
Read more about the stories of these Energy Stars at GM facilities in Maryland, Michigan, New York and Tennessee.
- GM’s Energy Stars: Tom Quinn, Spring Hill Manufacturing – Tom began to fully appreciate the benefits of energy conservation while serving for two years as a missionary at a rural housing refurbishment project. What started as a calling has now become a very enjoyable career.
- GM’s Energy Stars: Bob Randazzo, Rochester Operations – Bob’s team helped implement a“Shut It Off” program to inform and encourage employees to conserve energy daily and during plant shutdowns.
- GM's Energy Stars: Lorenzo Blagrove, Baltimore Operations – Lorenzo discusses the impact of adding solar panels on traditional energy management.
- GM’s Energy Stars: Brian Dohm and Steve Handlovits, Grand Rapids Operations – Brian and Steve say consumers and industrial energy managers alike can get benefit from incentive programs offered by local utilities.