Energy Managers: Procurement, Planning and Purchasing Priorities 2014/15
28th March 2014
Welcome to the edie White Paper 'Energy Managers: Procurement, Planning and Purchasing Priorities 2014/15'.
From analysing the specific energy management initiatives UK businesses will be implementing in the next 12 month, to discovering what energy-efficiency spending the public sector is planning, this exclusive piece of research considers the key questions about energy managers in the UK – who are they, what are their responsibilities, what do they need and how much do they have to spend?
Brought to you by edie.net and Sustainable Business ‘Energy Managers: Procurement, Planning and Purchasing Priorities 2014/15’ covers two years of exclusive research amongst those responsible for energy management, outlining the work that has already been done, the work that’s planned and the barriers in doing more.
From on-site renewables to behaviour change, technology upgrades to new systems (75% of energy managers said energy-efficient lighting was a focus in the next 12 months) this White Paper provides a comprehensive picture of the energy management role, the business imperatives driving activity and the results being achieved.
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