Energy Optimisation: Reducing Costs whilst Driving Sustainability

The global energy landscape is changing. As we continue to shift from centralised generation towards more decentralised renewable power, the grid can no longer rely on large, centralised power stations to meet demand. 

Emerging technologies that make use of connected digital systems enable organisations to generate and consume energy more sustainably and interlock with the grid digitally.

In this paper, we explore the sustainability challenges facing organisations today and outline how energy optimisation can help reduce costs, increase flexibility and improve resilience. We draw on examples from case studies and provide a step-by-step guide on how your organisation can implement energy optimisation and achieve sustainability against a backdrop of climate change targets.

Key insights:

  • The evolving energy landscape
  • Energy cost vs decarbonisation finding the balance
  • Energy Optimisation: a key element for achieving sustainability

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Sustainable Business Research – Key Findings:

81% of sustainable business leaders say decarbonisation through energy management is a critical part of their sustainability plan, compared to 47% of followers.

46% of followers don’t know what energy technologies to invest in. Just 11% of sustainable business leaders feel the same.

83% of sustainable business leaders proactively decarbonise before compliance required it, compared to 45% of followers.

69% of sustainable business leaders select suppliers based on their ability to cut their carbon footprint, compared to 44% of followers.