GTAA Partners in Project Green - sustainable energy plan program

By: Gtaa Partners In Project Green  09-12-2011

The 360 Sustainable Energy Planning Program assists and ensures that companies create and integrate a measurable energy management plan to be used throughout their site.

This program incorporates an energy assessment, training, and business plan, so that your energy team can develop and successfully execute an energy management plan that can reduce your costs, improve your environmental footprint and illustrate your company’s leadership in its industry and community.

The 360 Sustainable Energy Planning Program - a 3 step process:

Step 1 - An assessment to identify the key staff members who should be trained to uncover potential problems and roadblocks to successful energy initiatives.

Step 2 - A one-day workshop that includes exposure to 60 best practices for energy management from around the world that help your business develop an energy plan.

Step 3 – After the workshop, we provide you support to complete your energy plan and get corporate buy-in for its goals.


From Pratt and Whitney Canada:

"Through the process, it became clear to Pratt and Whitney Canada that it was vital to engage a variety of people throughout the company, and that energy efficiency is a business solution, not a technological solution. No matter how much you’ve done or how old your business is, there is always room for improvement.  Energy must never be treated as a fixed cost. It is truly variable, and we need everyone’s help to understand how low we can go.” - Alex Robertson, Pratt and Whitney Canada

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