C&I Report: From Data to Action

Bridging the Gap on Three Best Practices for Sustainable Resource Management

C&I ReportOver the past 20+ years of working with multi-site clients, we at ENGIE Insight have seen businesses of every size and across every industry face greater pressure from customers, employees, shareholders, and governmental entities to develop sustainable business practices. In response, businesses have evolved from paying ‘lip service’ to these demands to developing plans to incorporate sustainability and resource management into their operations. New technologies and financial models are creating an environment where energy and sustainability management makes greater economic, as well as environmental, sense. Organizations are also being pressured by external market forces to show real progress on sustainable resource management, making it a business imperative.

As sustainable resource management programs become more commonplace, they are also growing in complexity. This complexity is driven by three disruptive forces that are affecting companies around the globe:

  1. Digitization
  2. Decarbonization
  3. Decentralization

As we consider these global disruptors, we wanted to hear directly from businesses to understand how these forces are influencing the creation, expansion, and complexity of their sustainable resource management plans. We also wanted to understand where they saw the greatest opportunity for growth and what their biggest challenges include. So, we partnered with Zpryme, a market-research firm, to survey 250 representatives from commercial and industrial businesses to get their perspective.

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