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Corporate Energy Efficiency Benchmark Report (Part 2)

Bloomberg BNA’s Clean Technology & Energy Efficiency Benchmark Series introduces Part 2: Corporate Energy Efficiency Benchmark Report. Jointly developed with EnergyBoom Media Inc., the report is based on data from more than 270 organizations from a cross-section of sectors, and answers questions on existing and new energy efficiency measure implementation, and what motivates organizations to enact such measures.

 

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In the on-going debate about creating a national energy policy that seeks affordable, secure, and clean energy supplies and also stimulates job creation, there is one central tenet about which all sides agree: improving energy efficiency is the cheapest, most economically stimulating, and cleanest of all the alternatives. What is not well understood by either the policymakers or organizations is the extent to which existing and new energy efficiency measures are being implemented now and in the near future. Also, it is unclear whether organizations are motivated by cost savings, reducing greenhouse gases, or financial incentives from government.

Bloomberg BNA’s Clean Technology & Energy Efficiency Benchmark Series introduces Part 2: Corporate Energy Efficiency Benchmark Report, designed to answer these questions and more. Jointly developed with EnergyBoom Media Inc. and undertaken in the fall of 2011, this report is based on data from more than 270 organizations from a cross-section of sectors. 

The 100 page report covers critical topics including:

 

  • Future energy efficiency trends and investments
  • Impact of government incentives (or lack of)
  • Investments in vehicle fleets
  • Teleconferencing trends to reduce GHG emission from employee travel
  • Self generation capacity
  • Leading building upgrades
  • And much more

 

We believe these survey results represent an important picture of the energy use strategies and attitudes of the North American business and government communities.

This survey is the second part of a three part series entitled, Bloomberg BNA’s Clean Technology & Energy Efficiency Benchmark Series.

The first in the series, Part1: Clean Technology Industry Benchmark Report provides insight from companies operating in the RCE (Renewable Energy, Clean Technology and Energy Efficiency) sector on issues critical to their success. Topics covered include; government energy policy and regulatory trends; forecasts for price parity in technologies like solar, wind, geothermal, etc.; obstacles to RCE implementation, financial performance and more. 

In the third in the series, Part 3: Combined Trend Analysis Clean Technology & Corporate Energy Efficiency Benchmark Report, analysts look at for key trends in the intersection of these two economic forces and its potential effects on future energy markets.

 


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