This survey among 1,557 professionals shows that while most companies see the cost benefits of energy efficiency measures, the majority lack a clear strategy, concrete targets and a systematic approach to energy efficiency throughout the organization.
Some key findings:
- 57% of the companies surveyed have an energy efficiency strategy and 55% set measurable goals.
- Energy efficiency is still a generic ambition, with goals mainly set at company level (37%). Very few set concrete targets on activities, even among energy intensive firms.
- 46% stated that they invested in energy efficiency measures in order to obtain more efficient tools, or to reduce energy consumption and costs.
- Only 26% have an energy management plan.
For complete findings, please download the report and infographic below.