Commercial, Demand Management, Distributed Energy Resources, Energy Efficiency, Energy Procurement, GHG Emissions, Industrial, Distributed Generation  -  February 16, 2016 - By John Failla

Energy managers wrestle with these 3 critical issues, Smart Energy Decisions is here to help

Executives responsible for energy management at Fortune 1000 companies have an extremely difficult job today. They're under pressure to drive reductions in their company’s energy use, and at the same time, senior management-level renewable energy procurement commitments are increasing. All of this is going on while new technologies that deal with energy efficiency and renewable energy sources are rapidly emerging.   

In speaking with energy managers and facility managers across the country in many commercial and industrial sectors, we have learned they wrestle with many important decisions on a daily basis. Three key questions they have:  Which technologies should we deploy? Who are the best suppliers for us to work with? How will we pay for implementing these new programs and technologies?

Smart Energy Decisions is a new online information resource dedicated exclusively to helping executives at commercial and industrial companies who are responsible for energy management and sourcing renewable energy. Our goal is to help you answer these critical questions.

Our mission at Smart Energy Decisions is to help Fortune 1000 commercial and industrial companies improve their profits and reduce their carbon emissions by adopting best practices in energy efficiency and renewable energy.

Smart Energy Decisions will feature real life success stories, expert columns from thought leaders on critical industry issues and research from an credible group of non-governmental organizations and government agencies including:

  • The U.S. Department of Energy's Better Buildings / plant programs
  • Environmental Defense Fund
  • Center for Resource Solutions
  • Corporate Renewable Energy Buyers' Principles
  • The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Energy Star program
  • Energy Resources Center

You’ll find three approaches to content that are designed to give you a comprehensive perspective on important topics and major industry issues:

Smart Energy Decisions News: Success stories about companies and people making things happen that you can learn from and emulate, as well as updates on important topics of interest. Do you have a success story that you want to share or an idea for a story? Let us know.

Smart Energy Decisions Expert Columns:  Opinion and perspectives from industry thought leaders on key industry issues. Let us know if you have an idea for an expert column.

Smart Energy Decisions Research: Here you’ll find the most comprehensive collection of white papers, research reports and other resources curated exclusively for commercial and industrial electric power customers. Content in this robust section provides deeper analysis and research to help inform your point of view and planning.

In short, we're committed to the individual and collective success of our readers and their companies. Smart Energy Decisions will focus entirely on the unique information needs of Fortune 1000 commercial and industrial businesses. We believe that focus will ensure our readers benefit from a finely curated constellation of information and insights to help them make better decisions and succeed in their roles.

We invite you to engage with our content, become a part of the Smart Energy Decisions community, and follow us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook.

John Failla has 30+ years experience in B2B media as an executive responsible for developing and managing digital media products, magazines and face-to-face events. Prior to launching Smart Energy Decisions, John launched and developed Green Retail Decisions as the leading online information resource for retailers on sustainable business practices. Green Retail Decisions was acquired by Stagnito Business Information along with the other media brands created by John at Tesoro Business Media. Prior to that, John spent 15 years at VNU (Nielsen) Business Media where he was responsible for publications, trade shows, and online services serving several B2B markets.

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