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Strategic Energy Management

A framework for aligning energy efficiency with business practices and opportunities.

Instead of managing energy saving projects one by one, strategic energy management allows you to manage energy in a coordinated and strategic way across your organization.

How You Benefit

  • Increase profitability through reduced overhead costs and production downtime
  • Mitigate risk and increase resiliency to energy price volatility and outages
  • Create a competitive advantage and differentiate yourself in the market as a sustainability leader to customers, employees, investors, and other key stakeholders
  • Improve workforce retention and talent acquisition in a competitive recruiting market
  • Contribute to a cleaner environment by reducing your carbon footprint

When to Consider

Strategic energy management may be good for your business if you are:

  • Looking to strategically manage energy costs across your organization or property portfolio
  • Interested in building sustainability into your business practices
  • Considering new and emerging energy technologies (e.g., renewables)
  • Determining which capital improvement projects to invest in

Learn About Strategic Energy Management

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    Corporate Commitment & Dedicated Energy Teams

    Take the first step—make energy a central part of your mission and form a cross-functional team dedicated to managing it.
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    Performance Assessment

    Collect and use current and historical energy data to form a baseline of your business’s energy performance.
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    Energy Action Plan

    Establish goals and a road map to continuously measure and improve your energy performance and operations.
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    Employee Engagement

    Empower and motivate your workforce to contribute to your energy strategy and goals.
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    Performance Evaluation

    Continuously collect and analyze energy data for your organization, using tools to track progress toward your goals, and take action as needed.
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    Building Operations & Performance Programs

    Support and incentives for adopting building performance systems—meters, controls, smart thermostats, and more.
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