On Tuesday, Dow Jones announced that three energy companies — Acme Packing, Dow Jones Companies and Energi — have been named in the Dow Jones Global Energy Performance Index.
Acme, which makes high-capacity bags for supermarkets, was chosen for its focus on delivering energy efficiency in the packaging industry.
The company, which has an existing plant in Kentucky, also has an office in Florida and is working on an expansion.
In addition to its packaging efforts, Acme is also a provider of high-speed storage solutions, such as a power line-based solution that can handle up to 300 megawatts of energy storage.
The company also offers a wide range of energy management and control solutions, including energy recovery systems and power-management systems, as well as an advanced battery system that can manage a battery’s power supply and storage.
Dow Jones, which provides power-related services to utilities, was also chosen for being a leader in renewable energy.
It also offers energy-efficient building products, including a solar-solar-energy-management system, and is an investor in the GreenTech Power Grid.
Energi is a global provider of electrical and electronic products, systems, services and technologies that are built around the demand response business model.
It has offices in Japan, Europe and the United States.
The companies were selected for the Dow Energy Performance index because they are well-known and well-connected, Dow said.
They are well represented in the energy industry, and their businesses serve customers in all countries.
Dovidio said the Dow ranking is part of Dow’s efforts to better understand the energy sector.
“It’s part of our ongoing efforts to understand the world, to better serve our customers and to better connect them with the things they need, and to drive more investment in the sector,” he said.