Financial professionals are embracing more strategic roles when it comes to driving sustainable business practices. While traditionally, defining the business case for investing in sustainability as a key business initiative has been a sticking point, more organizations are realizing that there is a large and comprehensive case for it. From initiating projects like utility bill analysis to the implementation of sophisticated monitoring systems, finance professionals understand that these practices uncover insights that can increase the value of their organizations while driving measurable savings.
As pressure for more visible corporate responsibility from regulators, customers and the media grows, so too have advances in technologies like state-of-the-art energy and building management systems, connectivity and intelligent reporting. Results from Ecova’s 2016 Energy and Sustainability Predictions survey, shows that finance professionals are making full use of the energy data gleaned from these monitoring systems.
Download this report for specific insight into how finance managers are prioritizing energy, water, and waste efficiency and sustainability initiatives in light of the forces at work in today’s market.