Building the business case.

December 6, 2016

Implementing Energy Saving Opportunities Newsletter No. 04

This is the most critical stage of the implementation process. and when building the business case you should: 

  • evaluate and present the financial case for the energy saving opportunity

  • emphasise the total value of the project to your organisation

  • align it with stated business objectives and policies

  • identify a comprehensive list of benefits

  • consider key risks and have strategies in place to mitigate them

A robust financial appraisal of the opportunity must be included in a framework which will be readily understood within your business, a view of the project’s ease of implementation, an assessment of the project’s risks.


Making a case for switching off lights after office hours will be very straightforward, whereas a compelling business case for investing in a new boiler should include strong evidence underpinning the assumptions for the business case.


In our next newsletter we will discuss: The Financial Case


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