We haven’t run our “10 Top EnergyCAP Blogs” feature for quite a while, so we are presenting it now. These are the most-read blogs published in the last 14 months. Take a look through the list and click on the link(s) to view any that might offer value to you!
This blog featured “highlights” images from our 2015 Catalyst conference, and included a link to the popular Gilligan’s Island spoof videos starring our all-EnergyCAP staff. Don’t miss the CEO’s performance, especially in the outtakes…
This blog answered some common questions related to real-time meter data collection devices for energy management. If you’re thinking about expanding your real-time energy analysis capabilities, this blog’s for you.
This blog features highlights from TED talk speaker Dr. Brené Brown. It takes emotional courage to own our own emotions and the stories they’re revealing. But it can be worth the effort.
You won’t miss any important steps in the ENERGY STAR certification process if you bookmark this blog. It’s a great resource that will help you improve your energy benchmarking toolkit.
This popular blog caters to beginning or part-time energy managers who are diving into what can be the thankless task of managing energy for an organization lacking an established program or clear-cut energy management directives. There are some great linked resources as well.
EnergyCAP Implementation Manager Dan Behringer authored this popular blog that provides business leadership quotes centered on team management, vision, and personal improvement. You are sure to take something away from this thoughtful collection.
EnergyCAP utility bill management software has about 300 “canned” reports, so new users often ask, “How do I know which reports to run?” This blog by EnergyCAP CEO Steve Heinz provides five great answers to that question. It’s also a great energy management primer.
Energy management isn’t only about the newest gadgets and gizmos. Read John Lord’s essay on the vital importance of building support and creating stakeholders across your organization. John is an Energy Education Specialist for Loudoun County (VA) Public Schools, one of the fastest-growing school districts in one of the nation’s fastest growing counties. The district serves more than 70,000 students, and John has documented more than $60 million in cost avoidance attributable to energy management activities in the last 20 years.
The utility bill processing infographic is a great resource that demonstrates the evolution of utility bill management in organizations that are growing and discovering how to maximize processes and savings. It’s a wonderful evaluation tool that can show you where you are, and what steps you might want to take in the future.
Our top blog in recent history is only peripherally related to energy management, but everyone can benefit from this very practical rationale for getting off the email for at least some of the day so you can get some real work done. EnergyCAP’s Chief Marketing Officer Chris Heinz gets personal as he shares his Inbox struggles and triumphs.
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