We provide sustainable energy solutions designed to help meet the specific needs and ambitions of businesses, who are keen to build resilience and growth in a manner which is strategic, responsible and durable.
While there is a strong business case for energy efficiency, making changes takes commitment.
It also takes accountability. Too often, nobody is actually responsible for energy efficiency in an organisation so nobody takes charge. That’s why one of the earliest steps on the journey is identifying who is responsible and appointing an energy manager who is empowered to identify issues and implement solutions.
Depending on the complexity of your business, this could be anything from a part-time role to a full-time team. The key thing is ensuring that someone becomes your ‘green champion’ and has the responsibility and the resources required to shape and implement a policy that’s right for your business.
Every business is different. We’ve developed a number of resources that can help you create your own unique policy. For example, we can offer a template for creating a business case for investing in energy efficiency measures. We’ve also got a typical energy manager role description as well as energy policy and strategy documents that you can adapt. They’ll all help you to develop your unique strategy.
It’s worth remembering that good energy management also requires good governance. You’ll need to make sure that proper management reporting is built into your strategy – and that it becomes part of the agenda for your management board. With commitment from the top of your organisation, you’re much more likely to succeed.
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