Boulder, CO, March 20, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- New Low-Cost Research and Advisory Service for Facility Energy Efficiency
E Source recently launched Facility Energy Management Online, a new low-cost web-based research and advisory service. This new service is designed for energy managers and facility managers who are looking for energy management best practices and guidance on how to improve overall facility efficiency and reduce energy costs. Subscriptions can be purchased for $495 per year and include access to technology assessment reports, operations and maintenance checklists, efficiency standards, and web conferences led by energy experts.
“It’s estimated that $10 billion is wasted in the U.S. each year in commercial buildings due to inefficient operations and maintenance practices,” says Chris Wiederspahn, vice president of E Source Enterprise Energy Management Services. “Although there is great potential for energy savings, it creates a heavy burden on individual facility managers to make those savings happen. There’s an overwhelming amount of energy-efficiency information available on everything from technology application to maintenance recommendations. It’s difficult and time-consuming to wade through the noise and see what’s really best practice. With Facility Energy Management Online, we eliminate the noise and give facility managers the information, best practices, and technology assessments they need to quickly build effective energy-efficiency programs.”
More information about E Source Facility Energy Management Online is available at www.esource.com/femo.
About E Source
E Source has been providing unbiased, objective energy business intelligence to utilities and Fortune 500 companies for more than 20 years. E Source helps large energy users control energy’s impact on their bottom lines through access to actionable energy management best practices, in-depth analysis of energy-consuming technologies and services, energy procurement tools and strategies, supply management, and greenhouse gas inventory assistance.
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