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Environmental, Social, & Governance

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) is a set of standards for how a company operates in regard to the planet and its people. ESG continuous to gain in importance as socially conscious investors now use ESG criteria to screen potential investments.

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Environmental

Environmental criteria examine how a company performs as a steward of the planet: a company’s energy use, the waste and pollution it creates, how it conserves natural resources.

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Social and (Corporate)

Social criteria examine how a company manages relationships with employees, suppliers, customers, and the communities where it operates.

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Governance

Governance defines a set of rules and best practices, along with a series of processes that determine how an organization is managed and controlled. 

Energy Efficiency

Most organizations have developed and implemented an energy strategy designed to manage and reduce energy consumption and expenses. Using less energy by increasing efficiency is often the fastest way to reduce emissions.

 

The challenge is many organizations do not have the time, resources or expertise to integrate energy efficiency initiatives and results into a measurable reduction in carbon footprint and GHG emissions reduction as necessary for Scope 2 GHG emissions.

As energy experts, we can support and compliment your efforts to include energy efficiency efforts into your ESG strategy and reporting.

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