Calling all public sector bodies…is now the time to monitor, analyse and manage your energy consumption?
Last updated: 22nd November 2017
With the public sector spending around £22bn on energy every year, it is no wonder why energy is one of the largest expenditures for this sector. However there are very few energy efficiency measures in place to reduce energy consumption, prevent wastage and save costs. Energy is often overlooked by public sector organisations, which is perhaps due to a lack of knowledge or understanding of how much energy is being consumed and even potentially wasted.
Opportunities for monitoring energy usage, such as the Energy Savings Opportunities Scheme (ESOS), can be missed because they do not cover the public sector. In addition, spending cuts are also a continuous issue. So why is it that so few public sector bodies are failing to monitor, analyse and manage their energy consumption?
Our whitepaper seeks to demonstrate the issues which the public sector face and the solutions which can be implemented to change the way they use and utilise their energy.
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