The ROI of Energy Efficiency Starts With Measurement
Most facilities consume more energy than necessary in order to reliably support their occupants and produce goods or services. Is that over-consumption worth doing anything about? How much bottom line savings would energy efficiency solutions bring? It depends on how much energy is being wasted, at what cost.
Energy management starts with determining how much energy a building uses on specific operations and then calculates the ROI of improving their energy efficiency.
Energy is a critical issue for facilities around the world. Undiscovered and uncorrected energy waste represents tremendous savings. The resources provided in the Energy Resource Center will help you use measurement data to support the decisions and actions that reduce energy consumption and cost, while increasing energy efficiency, by focusing on issues such as:
What is energy?
The materials in this resource center were designed to help you measure energy efficiency, design an energy measurement program for your facility and justify the program to management. Review the case studies and success stories to see how other professionals conducted energy management programs and what they learned, view videos and webinars on how you can manage energy efficiency, use the checklists for step by step instructions on what should be checked when measuring energy consumption. The Interactive illustrations guide you through a facility to see locations of potential energy loss. If you want in-depth information sign up for The Fluke Energy Seminar and learn about managing energy efficiency and reducing energy costs in your facility.
Visit the Training Center to view additional materials to help you learn how to identify and quantify energy waste and help you save money.