This Elevator Speech Worksheet is a resource available within the U.S. Department of Energy’s 50001 Ready Navigator tool. It can be used to develop a presentation for selling energy management to top management and other key decision makers. It provides structure to deliver an elevator pitch that is 12 seconds, 30 seconds and three minutes long, and helps users develop energy efficiency vocabulary, KPIs and energy management metrics. Primary audiences for this tool include energy champions, executive sponsors and energy teams, who could use this tool in an organizational fundamentals workshop, an Energy Team or employee engagement activity, or in a professional development workshop.
Improving energy efficiency at your business is one of the easiest ways to reduce operating costs. You can invest more in your business and employees, plus reduce your environmental impact and operate more sustainably. Energy efficiency goes beyond investments in upgrades at your facilities. You can gain even more savings by engaging your staff in energy-saving practices. Energy Trust of Oregon is here to help.
Use the Energy Opportunity Register to identify & track all energy projects. Track the details of important SEM practices, prioritize energy projects and determine what actions to take, track implementation status of energy projects and SEM practices, plan for persistence of energy savings on energy projects, and provide a critical link between projects implemented and the savings indicated by your energy intensity model.
This course discusses the need for an energy audit, and describes the steps for performing an audit. It suggest ways to translate the results of the audit into meaningful energy projects and the importance of acting on what you learn from the audit.
This course walks users through the process of evaluating, scoring and selecting energy projects using the Project Priorities Worksheet tool. It reviews the importance of necessary research and securing resources and approvals to ensure success.
This course discusses options for calculating the costs, savings and the payback timeframe of energy projects. It walks users through an example of calculating investment payback using the Simple Lifecycle Cost method (SLCC).
This course provides a step by step process for identifying your organization's significant energy uses to help focus your energy project efforts. It provides an example of using the process and typical examples of significant energy uses.
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