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Commitment to energy management ingrained and entrenched among US businesses

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The Deloitte Resources 2015 Study suggests a tipping point has been passed in how US companies approach energy management. Thoughtful, deliberate energy consumption has permeated the business psyche, and companies, by and large, now consider energy management to be an essential aspect of corporate strategy.

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Commitment to energy management ingrained and entrenched among US businesses

  1. 1. Commitment to energy management ingrained and entrenched among US businesses The Deloitte Resources 2015 Study suggests a tipping point has been passed in how US companies approach energy management. Thoughtful, deliberate energy consumption has permeated the business psyche, and companies, by and large, now consider energy management to be an essential aspect of corporate strategy. Source: Deloitte Resources 2015 Study | Download the full report to learn more www.deloitte.com/us/resources 79% 52% 9. 79% view reducing electricity costs as essential to staying competitive from an image perspective 79% 5. 39% say new/innovative solutions are actively encouraged, experimented with, and deployed 39% 11. 9 in 10 have set resource management goals 90% 7. 52% have been extremely/ very successful in achieving their resource management goals 52% 2. 57% have carbon footprint goals 57% 10. 38% actively track tax credits and incentives for renewable investments 38% 6. 47% provide electric charging stations 47% 4. 29% participate in all available demand response programs29% 12. 26% are installing batteries to store electricity for usage at times when electricity prices are higher 26% 8. 57% have formal energy management goals, up from 46% in 201457% 13. 59% have transport fuels goals 59% 1. 88% have electricity goals; businesses reduced electricity consumption by average of 15% in 2014 88% 14. 64% have natural gas goals 64% 3. 55% generate a portion of electric consumption on-site55% 15. 70% have water goals 70% 5 11 4 1 2 7 9 13 8 10 15 6 3 12 14 About the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions The Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions (the “Center”) provides a forum for innovation, thought leadership, groundbreaking research, and industry collaboration to help companies solve the most complex energy challenges. Through the Center, Deloitte’s Energy & Resources Group leads the debate on critical topics on the minds of executives — from the impact of legislative and regulatory policy, to operational efficiency, to sustainable and profitable growth. We provide comprehensive solutions through a global network of specialists and thought leaders. With locations in Houston and Washington, DC, the Center offers interaction through seminars, roundtables, and other forms of engagement, where established and growing companies can come together to learn, discuss, and debate. www.deloitte.com/energysolutions Follow the Center on Twitter @Deloitte4Energy As used in this document, “Deloitte” means Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Please see www.deloitte.com/us/about for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Certain services may not be available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting. Copyright © 2015 Deloitte Development LLC. All rights reserved. Member of Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions

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