Business Issues -> Costs
Published: October 2010
Whether an organisation is looking for immediate "green" savings, where energy savings result in a positive impact on the organisation's bottom line, for meeting legislative requirements for carbon emissions, or to move towards a longer term sustainable business model, a change in how the business identifies, measures and monitors its resource usage is required.
Sustainability is not just about electricity usage within a business. When viewed across the complete value chain, the different resources employed will have their own emissions profiles, and a fully cohesive sustainability strategy can only work when all aspects are capable of being identified, monitored, measured and optimised. This will require new business approaches, crossing over the many groups involved within an organisation, and will also require an integrated set of underlying tools will be required to ensure that the past, present and future are all brought together in a manner that helps the organisation make the right decisions going forward.
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