Deloitte: Decision Makers Understand the Importance of Energy Costs

A study from Deloitte of 600 “decision-makers responsible for energy management practices” found that there is an understanding that electricity costs are essential to “creating and maintaining [a] competitive advantage.” The firm found that 79 percent of 600 decisions makers surveyed feel that reducing energy costs … Read more…

Energy Management Is a Key Corporate Strategy

Energy Management Is a Key Corporate Strategy

Most companies consider energy management to be an essential aspect of corporate strategy, according to Deloitte’s 2015 resources study, published by the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions. The report is based on 600 online interviews with business decision-makers who are responsible for energy management practices … Read more…

Individualized Lighting May Increase Workplace Productivity

Individualized Lighting May Increase Workplace Productivity

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the European standard EN12464-1:2011 Lighting of Indoor Workplaces recommends around 500-lx (50-fc) for workplace task lighting. LEDs Magazine reports that Philips Lighting has developed an interactive Facebook widget that allows office workers to test the light level … Read more…

Accenture, CGI, Deloitte, IBM Lead Energy-Focused Tech Market

Accenture, CGI, Deloitte, IBM Lead Energy-Focused Tech Market

Accenture, CGI, Deloitte and IBM lead the global market for technology services that support energy and environmental management, according to a report from analyst firm Verdantix. Green Quadrant: Sustainable Technology Services (Global) 2013, which compares 16 of the largest global technology service providers, bases its … Read more…

Verdantix Forecasts 2013 Energy Management Trends

Verdantix Forecasts 2013 Energy Management Trends

On-site power generation will grow and energy storage will be the hot smart grid technology this year, forecasts Verdantix in a new report.

Eight Predictions for Energy Management in 2013 says companies will ramp up on-site power generation, from pilot projects to multi-site deployments. The report says Ikea has already installed solar PV at 40 of its stores across seven countries, and has funding for an additional 124 projects, while BT plans to install 250MW of renewable energy across its UK sites by 2016.

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