A soon intervention from the utilities efficiency and energy conservation approach can avoid future rework in order to achieve energy management efficiency. We can provide support for your strategic energy planning understanding that there is no single strategy for energy. Each company develops a unique approach based on its perception of risks and opportunities, specific targets, available resources, and schedule. Also, each company has a unique culture and will develop its own management approach to realize energy opportunities.
The General Roadmap:
- Initial assessment - it will provide clear direction as to the potential inherent in a strategic approach to energy planning and management.
- Design process - it will begin with the assessment of your company’s actual needs versus business as usual and the investigation of the most promising solution to meet those needs. Design and planning must consider all factors that could inhibit success, from corporate culture to appropriate scale the resources, funding, and organization.
- Evaluate opportunities - here is where real opportunities can be realized. It is essential to have a baseline that reflects the types, quantities, and costs of energy used in each significant component of the business.
- Implementation - it follows a classic management system model and involves determining and setting in place an organizational structure that will ensure that the program is integrated into the overall company management culture and that the new energy management goals are achieved. Regardless of the framework decided upon, certain management principles and tools must be in place to achieve significant results.