Corporate Energy Strategies
As healthcare systems continue to merge and expand, the ability to systematically assess energy, sustainability, and environmental stewardship across facilities grows more difficult. With an ever-changing energy landscape impacted by regulatory, legislative, geopolitical, and technological factors, staying proactive becomes daunting. Ensuring that facilities are sharing best practices is challenging enough; but add to the mix the need to eliminate disjointed efforts by aggregating where applicable, and the requirement for a formal Corporate Energy Strategy (CES) becomes obvious.
A Few Things to Consider:
- Has the C-Suite/Executive Suite realized the need for system-wide energy management and environmental stewardship?
- Who is the organization’s internal energy champion driving progress?
- Are facilities communicating to share best practices?
- Are energy procurement contracts aggregated (where advantageous) and coterminous with the same favorable terms and conditions?
- Have you set and/or hit your carbon reduction and sustainability goals?
- Has your healthcare system assessed a portfolio-approach to onsite generation projects such as solar, battery storage, cogeneration, and fuel cells?
- Is your healthcare system benchmarking its annual energy use and cost? Have short- and long-term reduction targets been set?
- What current and upcoming regulatory mandates may impact energy at your facilities?
Ecom-Energy’s Corporate Energy Strategies (CES) assist small and large healthcare systems to achieve energy harmony. By bringing facilities together, healthcare organizations can systematically understand and control their energy use and cost.
Each Corporate Energy Strategy is unique and custom-tailored to the needs and goals of your system. Often comprised of dozens of sub-tasks, Ecom-Energy’s Corporate Energy Strategies are powered by our four core services:
- EnerVisor Software – Utility Management System
- Energy Procurement
- Renewable Energy & Onsite Generation
- Technical Services
The most common key drivers of a Corporate Energy Strategy are:
- Increase Brand Image, Trust, and Reputation
- Increase Employee Satisfaction, Engagement, and Retention
- Foster a Good Public Image
- Manage/Meet Risk & Regulatory Compliance
- Improve Operations
- Demonstrate/Improve Corporate Social Responsibility
- Reduce Consumption
- Increase Efficiency
- Increase Renewable Energy
- Decrease Carbon Footprint
- Decrease Grid Reliance
- Cost Reduction
- Revenue Growth