The long term price tendency of any resource is to increase. And energy is no exception. All resources are limited and the more they’re used the more it means that the demand is rising while the supply is dropping. When a new pocket of resource is found, the price climb will slow down, but only for a limited time. It’s only a matter of time before this new vein is also depleted. And replacing the resource with an alternative one only resets the process, it never ends it.
So what’s the solution to this never ending problem? It’s to opt for quality over quantity.
The solution is to make better use of what we have, while we still have it. The producers need to invest in finding better ways to refine the resource into an end product and the consumers need to invest more in finding ways to cut back on consumption. The tricky part however, for consumers, is to find ways to reduce consumption without affecting the end result. After all, the solution was to opt forquality.
And the biggest consumers of electricity are the companies. Small, medium-sized or corporate giants, these are the energy-gluttons. No matter how big your fridge is or how many hours a day you keep your AC unit turned on, you will never come even close to the amount of energy even a small business needs in order to operate.
If energy consumption is to drop and if the ever-rising price is to be tamed, companies are the ones that need to make the first step. Take charge, lead and the masses will follow.
Most employed adults who use a PC at work believe that their employers should be doing more to reduce energy consumption.
Not so many employees power down their computers because their manager told them to, so “telling” is not an option. On the other hand, “forcing” workstations to shut down may be an alternative after working hours, but for how long and with what consequences? There were cases when the employee lost all day’s work when computer was force to shut down. Employers must see clearly the opportunity to set an internal policy on a long term. Ed Tower took the opportunity when he saw it.
Ed is an IT Manager at a company from United States. The company totals 330 employees with at least 9 working hours per day, excluding weekends. When Ed found Energy Save Solution on the internet, he had the opportunity to calculate all by himself which is the company’s loss related to energy consumption. At a brief calculation on a single workstation left running over night, there was an average of 1.92 kW consumption and 1.03 Kg CO2 emissions in the atmosphere. These data mean at least 6.76 $ extra cost per employee, each month, relative to his network. Total loss for 330 employees? His company lost 2230 $ extra money added to the company’s energy bill. In a single year, 27.000 $.
After 30 days of free trial, he called the CEO immediately to analyze Savenergee‘s benefits and features. The company is using Savenergee for 8 months by now and benefits from more than 20% energy costs reduction.