In today’s disrupted world, an organization’s ability to grow its business while reducing its carbon footprint is key to sustainable competitiveness. This is why in September 2015, Siemens announced that it aimed to be the world's first major industrial company to achieve a net-zero carbon footprint by 2030. One way we aim to achieve this is by changing how we consume and buy energy, but also through increased use of on-site energy production – all supported by continuous data analyses. We call this Total Energy Management, and this is the same approach we follow to help clients around the world reduce their energy and operating costs plus their carbon footprint.
Download “A User’s Guide to Comprehensive Energy Management” today to learn more about our findings and the best practices for comprehensive energy management.
From energy reduction to energy production and procurement, Siemens assists organizations of all types in customizing an energy management program that addresses their needs from both sides of the meter. Our approach ensures a comprehensive plan to meet strategic and technical goals today, while protecting and optimizing investments well into the future via continuous data analyses and support.
Energy has an enormous impact on your ability to do business and to do it profitably. Our business is to help clients reduce their consumption of costly resources, optimize their supply of energy, and help their businesses become more sustainable.
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