Can You Get Facility Managers To Lead Energy Initiatives?

Execution of energy management programs is typically a shared responsibility, but what can be done when the facilities department is reluctant to take charge?


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Execution of energy management programs is typically a shared responsibility, but what can be done when the facilities department is reluctant to take charge?
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Question Of The Week: Facility Management And Energy Initiatives

Can You Get Facility Managers To Lead Energy Initiatives?

Posted by Heidi Schwartz

This week’s question comes from the Facilities Management Group on LinkedIn.

QoW

The execution of an energy management program is often a shared responsibility. But what happens when the facilities department is reluctant and doesn’t head up the charge, for whatever reason? What is the best strategy in terms of getting facilities to take the lead in optimizing energy costs within the organization?

Ike Eslao 
Head of Procurement
SMI-Xstrata Copper
Calabarzon, Philippines

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