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General Motors Drives Renewed Production Facility Cost Savings With EnerNOC Partnership

Date: 30 March 2017

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Industrial firms under pressure to maintain competitiveness are turning to strategic energy management as a way of reducing costs while improving operational efficiency (see Verdantix Market Overview: Industrial Energy Management). This report helps executives in industrial firms to understand how General Motors (GM) has successfully tackled its transition to strategic energy management to achieve corporate objectives. To understand GM’s strategy, Verdantix spoke to Al Hildreth, Global Energy Manager at GM. Verdantix analysis finds that GM has invested to overcome the challenges that surround implementing a global energy management strategy while upping the ante on how to fund and extend its programme into operational efficiency.

TABLE OF CONTENTS

General Motors Drives Renewed Production Facility Cost Savings With EnerNOC Partnership
GM Has Upped The Ante On How To Fund And Extend Its Programme Into Operational Efficiency
EnerNOC Enables GM To Validate Its Business Case For Energy Management
GM And EnerNOC Pave The Way For Industrial Energy Management Success

ORGANIZATIONS MENTIONED

Carbon Disclosure Project (CDP), ENERGY STAR, EnerNOC, Entech, General Motors (GM), US Environmental Protection Agency