The End-Customer Vision on Energy Efficiency

The End-Customer Vision on Energy Efficiency

 

Companies play a huge role in the energy transition, as they consume and manage energy on a daily basis. Whether they are small companies or large multinationals, they all have energy, lighting, air conditioning and power needs.

This article focuses on these companies, the end customers of energy services companies and providers. What are their energy challenges? Do they have energy professionals? How do they contribute to energy efficiency? Keep on reading to find out.

As a start, we want to clarify that by “end-customer” we refer to all participants who indicated that they are not in the energy sector.

Having said that, End Customers come in all shapes and forms. The respondents to this survey work in sectors as varied as education, public administration, retail, offices and hospitality.

Of these, 55% said their role is directly related to energy management in their company.

And what are these roles? 

According to the response of the participants in the Energy Management 2021 Survey:

  • 19% said to work as an energy manager,
  • 18% as an energy project manager,
  • 18% as a sustainability manager, a new role on the rise among companies.

To that 55% of professionals who perform different energy management functions in their companies, we can add the 12% who indicated that they are facility managers, as these profiles dedicate in most cases a large part of their time to energy management as well.

Professional roles of energy expert

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