Cost of Inaction Analysis - the TRUE cost of not delivering energy saving projects!
If you’re having problems trying to convince people that energy saving projects are worthwhile, just show them this short video to demonstrate what the true cost of inaction is!
Why is there a cost to doing nothing? Because doing nothing ignores:
- the stresses to the business caused by rising energy prices.
- increased costs associated with production growth.
- the fact that any money saved could be turned to profit or used to invest elsewhere in the business and
- the social gains of reduced the environmental impact.
So how can you get this message over?
We’ve talked to some key decision makers and we’ve been able to make a really compelling case for action in a really powerful, clear, visual way with a Cost of Inaction Analysis. This is a comprehensive analysis of the cost of inaction against the benefits of implementation. It factors in the implementation of potential energy saving projects, the impact of varying production rates and also rising energy prices.
Each year the savings are magnified as a result of the continually increasing price of electricity and gas in line with UK government forecasts.
One of the biggest challenges energy managers have is to argue the case for energy project investment. A Cost of Inaction Analysis is a very powerful way to change the mind set of key decision makers and to unlock energy savings.