Changes in technology, government policy, sustainability, and competition are forcing industries to transform. The energy industry is no exception.
The energy sector is vast and expanding rapidly. For this reason, it is easy to be confused about the purpose and justification of energy management and sustainability consulting. Based upon our experience, most organizations manage energy on a decentralized basis though different departments or silos – procurement, real estate, accounts payable, engineering, and sustainability. As the energy markets evolve, price volatility expands, and sustainability becomes a growing priority for more organizations, this way of working becomes less and less effective.
In today's dynamic and connected business environment, teams need to work together, share and leverage data, coordinate energy related activities, and anticipate future market and policy developments. Many organizations find transforming their existing energy management processes and systems challenging due to a lack of available resources, experience, or both.
Energy management and sustainability consulting is the specialized field of professional services designed to support, outsource, or stand up critical processes and systems businesses require to monitor, manage, and control energy costs and implement sustainability policies. The goal is to manage energy on a holistic basis, breaking down silos and leveraging information to make better procurement and sustainability decisions.
NUS Consulting Group developed its energy management and sustainability (EMS) services working closely with businesses to identify their needs, streamline implementation, and generate targeted operational, financial, and environmental outcomes. Our EMS program provides businesses a complete set of solutions to meet their individual requirements. We employ a modular approach, allowing businesses the flexibility to implement comprehensive domestic or international EMS solution or selectively implement parts of our EMS service to augment their existing processes and systems.