Repeatable Implementation Process

A Systematic Approach to Achieve the Best Material Results Possible

The energy & sustainability (E&S) marketplace today includes more solutions and suppliers than ever before. This also creates more complexity than ever to choosing the right ones which yield the best possible results. The good news is that it also provides more potential than ever to achieve the best material results possible – the opportunity exists for organizations to reduce their energy, water, waste and related maintenance costs by a minimum of 20% over a 2-3-year period. To capture this (often untapped) opportunity requires a systematic and holistic approach to determine the right combination and priority of measures which deliver the highest savings relative to the capital deployed. Key is too then roll out these measures quickly to the widest number of customer facilities.

Repeatable Implementation Process

A repeatable implementation process is the 3rd leg and heart of our Energy and Sustainability Department service. Technological advances today have made it highly cost effective to capture the wide variety of granular data which impacts E&S performance. We leverage these advances to efficiently work through a comprehensive and granular E&S data set and help our customers to continually identify, prioritize, confirm and implement the next best measure (NBM). To capture the best results possible a key focus of the repeatable implementation process is to continually seek the next best E&S product or service which delivers the highest savings at the lowest capital cost that can be rolled out to the maximum number of facilities. This approach delivers dramatically better results from the ‘E&S Opportunity Playing Field’ and takes our customer’s program to the next level. The repeatable implementation process is:

Contact Us today & we will show you how our Energy & Sustainability Department service’s repeatable implementation process can help you achieve the best material results possible in your organization’s E&S program.