Making the Business Case for Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings


The business case for energy efficiency may seem straightforward – reducing energy use will save the building owner money – however, implementing energy efficiency measures can also involve upfront costs for software, equipment, and installation. These costs can be challenging for companies to justify when there are competing priorities for funding. This toolkit includes a selection of resources to support commercial building operational staff in making the business case for the implementation of energy efficiency projects to their upper management.