Energizing the Supply Chain

Upward of 60 percent of a manufacturer’s energy and carbon print can come from upstream in its supply chain. Andre de Fontaine writes an article about what benefits might be derived from helping your suppliers cut their energy costs. In a nutshell, when businesses minimize their energy costs, they unlock ways to become more productive, in direct and indirect ways. One of the means by which businesses have helped suppliers reduce energy costs includes surveying and auditing their sustainability in order to identify knowledge gaps to address. Some provide hands-on training and assessment tools. For more information on how to help businesses cut energy costs and how that can help you in the process, you can read the full article here: http://www.triplepundit.com/2014/12/energizing-supply-chain/

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