Understand how to assess and improve basic energy use and savings opportunities within a company or facility. Every business operation can do something to save energy. Cutting back on energy impacts the bottom line of a business but is of positive value when communicating with customers and stakeholders.
- Reducing energy costs can improve your…bottom line especially as prices fluctuate on natural gas,…electricity, oil, water, and other energy resources.…Whether through simple changes or large scale investments,…every business operation could do something to save energy.…Cutting back on energy not only impacts your bottom line,…but can be of positive value when communicating…about your brand to stakeholders like…customers, employees, investors, and regulators.…
For many businesses the best way to begin saving energy…is to contact your local utility and ask…if they provide energy assessments.…Many energy providers provide free or low cost evaluations…for businesses that lead to cost saving reductions.…If your utility doesn’t offer this service,…there are reputable energy assessment professionals…accessible through a local internet search.…Either way, the assessment process involves an onsite visit…to your business and an evaluation of your energy needs,…usage, and ways you can begin saving.…
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Last, he helps you figure out where to find resources to help track key metrics, assess your company's carbon footprint, and improve your environmental, social, and governance (ESG) practices.
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- Learn how to build a reputation as a company focused on sustainability.
- Discover how to manage supply chains more responsibly and effectively.
- Identify meaningful goals.
- Identify the distinctions between supply chains and value chains.