Colin is a marketing manager for energy intelligence software provider EnerNOC and editor-in-chief of the EnergySMART blog.
Posted: Mar 22, 2017 – 09:00 AM EST
The time has never been more urgent to reduce energy costs. Electricity prices are increasingly volatile and external pressure to show progress on sustainability is at an all-time high. The Paris Climate Change Agreement was the most comprehensive, universally acknowledged framework ever signed, and despite current political conditions, it’s clear that businesses are facing increased pressure to reduce overall carbon emissions and to factor extreme weather and resource shortages into revenue projections.