Amity International Business School
Energy Lectures in India – Dhaval Karwa
The four principles of energy management Review, Realign, Reduce and Report will require a concise process to drive down your 3rd largest expense.
When we carry out an energy assessment, organisations do not always follow through and implement any recommendations made during this time. Too many times I have attended an organisations’ property only to be told, “we have done this all before”.
When asked the question, “have you completed any energy assessments before?”, the clear answer is “yes” and I am then presented with an old tatty report, very thick with information about the building and the energy consumption but with no direct cause to action.
This 11- week program I have worked with energy experts to actually cut through this and carve out a better format of working to develop clear and concise energy reporting.
If we continue with this process of reporting but not providing any solutions, actions or action plans we will get nowhere and we will be creating the reports just for the fun of it.
It just doesn’t make an impact on what we could be doing. It doesn’t matter how many reports we do or whether they are free or paid for.
In fact I have seen reports covered in dust that organisation’s have paid £1000’s for which tells them that they are spending far too much money on their energy.
Clients and energy projects we’ve worked on