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ISO 50001 Standardization and Energy Management

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What Is The International Organization for Standardization and ISO 50001, and Why Does It Matter?

ISO 50001 Standardization is an international standard that provides a framework for any organization, regardless of size, to manage energy more efficiently using an energy management system.
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Why Companies Should Evaluate Energy Investment Opportunities

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How it Can Benefit Your Company

When a company looks to grow, it often has to make investments such as hiring more staff or moving into a bigger office, with the hope that the cost of doing so is ultimately less than the benefits these investments provide. Yet many companies overlook an energy investment opportunity that would also improve the bottom line of their business.

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Sustainable Investing is Becoming Mainstream

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How Investing in Sustainable Businesses Turned Into A Safe Bet

Companies are no longer just evaluated based on financial metrics like revenue and balance sheet strength. Instead, investors are increasingly looking at sustainability factors, which ultimately play a role in the company’s performance, considering how events like resource scarcity would hurt certain businesses or how certain sustainability initiatives like better energy management could improve profitability. Sustainable investing is now here to stay for good.

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How are Companies Using Energy Analytics to Save Money Today?

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In many industries, Big Data and the Internet of Things are still buzzwords (Gartner has IoT at the “Peak of Inflated Expectations” in their latest Hype Cycle analysis).  The ability of energy analytics, however, to analyze and integrate large quantities of data from previously disconnected systems is having a transformative impact already.  By dissecting and analyzing real-time and historical facility, utility and electricity grid data, energy analytics software (EAS) can identify hidden cost drivers and operational inefficiencies previously invisible to most companies.

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Five Companies That Are Sustainability Role Models

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For many companies, sustainability used to be a buzzword and low priority on the corporate totem pole.  Put simply, those days are over.  In a recent Forbes poll, 36% of Fortune 500 CEOs cited sustainability as a top five company priority, with 13% ranking it as their company’s number 1 priority.

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