At this point, it’s no surprise that making your company more energy-efficient isn’t just good for the planet—it’s also good for your business’s bottom line and serves as a differentiator in a competitive marketplace. That clear link between environmental responsibility and financial health has increasingly positioned finance leaders as the driving force behind corporate sustainability programs. That’s why a recent Deloitte survey found that 43% of polled CFOs are “always involved” in setting sustainability strategy for their firms, while 80% stated they expected their involvement to increase in the near future.
The Energy and Sustainability Advantage: A Finance Leader’s Guide to Driving Savings and Long-Term Impact, a new guide developed by ENGIE Insight (formerly Ecova) and CFO, delves into best practices for reaping the benefits of energy efficiency in today’s business market. Our own expert analysis is strengthened by insight from industry leaders whose companies have achieved impressive results from their own sustainability efforts, including Frank Inoa of Arby’s Restaurant Group, Inc. and Jodenne Scott of Shari’s Café & Pies.
By solving some common challenges of the rapidly changing energy market and learning from each other’s sustainability successes, your business will be better prepared to excel in a hyper-competitive industry. With customers, employees and investors increasingly tying their perception of a company to its sustainability strategy, there’s no doubt that the time is now for finance leaders to take action.
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