Tagged with SMEs

Blog from Ettore Piantoni: Getting benefits, risks and business aligned to boost the adoption of energy efficiency improvement measures by SMEs

Blog from Ettore Piantoni: Getting benefits, risks and business aligned to boost the adoption of energy efficiency improvement measures by SMEs

CEN CENELEC Sector Forum Energy Management (SFEM) promoted a one-day scoping seminar on Energy efficiency and energy management: tailored approach and roadmap for SMEs and other stakeholders on Sept 27th in Brussels. This event invited participants from the European Commission, EASME, IPEEC, financial institutions as well as representatives of leading European programmes in this field … Continue reading

“A leading solution may be hidden in plain sight”

“A leading solution may be hidden in plain sight”

Working in industrial energy efficiency, it has been difficult to tap into the potential for energy savings in small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). This report from Canada assesses the opportunities for SMEs to cut their carbon emissions. In Europe, this is also a relatively untapped sector that needs addressing, especially to improve its energy performance. … Continue reading

Potential impact of energy efficiency improvements on SMEs

Potential impact of energy efficiency improvements on SMEs

Alex Baldwin has written a good article on the edie.net website about the benefits that Scottish SMEs could achieve if they gave improving energy efficiency a higher priority.   Scottish SMEs could save £19,000 per year through energy efficiency measures Scottish small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) are wasting £19,000 every year by neglecting simple energy … Continue reading

SMEs at the heart of Germany’s energy transition

SMEs at the heart of Germany’s energy transition

Roy Hales writes on the CleanTechnica website about the role SMEs play in Germany in its low carbon energy transition. There are important messages for all of us.   SMEs Are Energiewende’s Backbone A number of prominent companies come to mind when you mention Germany’s energy transition. Names like E.ON, Volkswagen, and Siemens are recognized … Continue reading