Energy Purchasing

Gareth Veal, PhD, MEI, CEng, CEM, ESOS LA

 Energy often represents a significant and tangible cost, so the development of an energy procurement strategy typically creates a period of heightened interest in energy-related issues. Therefore, this decision point represents an excellent chance to promote opportunities, both for the organisation and the environment.  Two questions that may help expand the scope of the energy procurement discussions are explored below:

 

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