Energy Data – The New Profit Lever
The most successful organizations today have realized that keeping energy consumption and spend in check can do wonders for the bottom line. Energy data has become a point of focus for many organizations as they look for cost savings and opportunities to boost profitability.
But energy is expensive. It’s the third largest budget item for most companies and an estimated 30 percent of it is wasted. So, it’s a natural place for companies to turn for strategic sources of cost reduction, profit margin and cash flow improvements and regulatory compliance.
In our recent webinar, “Energy Data – The New Profit Lever” we discussed why obtaining timely, high quality energy data is the must-have first step to not only cut costs, but also reduce your company’s energy consumption and carbon emissions. We aligned a panel of industry management experts who shared their subject matter expertise on how energy data can be used to improve profitability.
The panel included:
- Janie Jeffries-Freer, CEO, eSight Energy
- Alisdair McDougall, Industry Analyst, Verdantix
- Erik Becker, SVP, Urjanet
Topics discussed in the Expert Q&A include:
- The role energy data plays in improving profit margins
- The potential value of energy data for sustainability and looming carbon taxes
- How eSight is using energy data to power their analytics and software applications, giving insights to cut costs and carbon emissions
Download the Expert Q&A: Energy Data Management is Key to Increasing Profits now.
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About Urjanet Inc
Urjanet, the global leader in utility data aggregation, simplifies how organizations access and use utility data, enabling them to focus on their business. Our technology collects, processes, and delivers data from over 6,500 electric, natural gas, water, waste, telecom, and cable utilities worldwide.