Implementing Energy Saving Opportunities No. 12
This is typically the first priority for companies and can help to achieve “quick wins” that return immediate savings and stimulate interest for further energy savings.
Whilst the capital outlay for these projects is low they still require a structured implementation approach to ensure the required aims are successfully achieved.
Some quick wins can be implemented swiftly and don’t require much planning, for example optimising the settings of equipment, including shut-down procedures into business as usual, or realising identified opportunities for “good housekeeping”.
Behaviour change measures have long been recognised as ways of reducing an organisation’s energy costs, so consider energy awareness and training programmes.
In our next newsletter we will discuss: Detailed Implementation plans.
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