Energy management report published – Energy Efficiency Trends (Vol.3)
Drumbeat Energy Management - sponsors of the quarterly review of the market for non-domestic energy efficiency.
The innovative energy management business support service Drumbeat Energy Management has sponsored the third instalment of Energy Efficiency Trends – The quarterly review of the market for non-domestic energy efficiency.
Download Energy Efficiency Trends (Vol. 3) PDF here.
EEVS is the UK's leading provider of independent performance analysis and verification services for energy efficiency projects. Their core service is high quality performance measurement and verification for energy efficiency projects. They have evaluated the performance of over 400 energy-saving schemes to the global good practice standard – the International Performance Measurement and Verification Protocol (IPMVP). Each quarter EEVS surveys a wide range of non-domestic customers and suppliers of energy saving technologies and services using a core set of standardised questions. The output is Energy Efficiency Trends– a free and wholly evidence-based market intelligence ‘barometer’, monitoring key trends over time. The report now includes endorsement from UK industry bodies, ESTA and EMA.
The aim of the research is to provide a resource that tracks market activity within the sector, highlighting key changes and trends that occur over time. This reporting output is based solely on quarterly survey feedback (conducted in March, June, September and December) from industry customers and suppliers.
Graham Mills, Drumbeat’s Managing Director said:
“We regard Energy Efficiency Trends as a hugely valuable source of market intelligence for the industry and we are truly proud and delighted to be associated with it. Our confidence in EEVS’ professionalism and impartiality enables us to recommend them to our clients as part of Drumbeat’s commitment to industry best practice where we welcome independent verification of the benefits of our work”.
Drumbeat Energy Management’s own approach is to help organisations become self-sufficient in the art of energy management in the shortest practical time; developing clients’ in-house energy management skills and ensuring that energy savings go straight to the bottom line.
Drumbeat Energy Management promoted the importance of independent measurement & verification in a recent White Paper – ‘IPMVP and improving energy efficiency-The importance of independent measurement & verification’ – Download it here
Taking a completely fresh approach, Drumbeat Energy Management aims to transform the way that businesses and other organisations manage their energy consumption. It offers them a simple and effective approach, enabling them to become thoroughly proficient and self- sufficient in energy management in the shortest practical time.
Notes to Editors:
About Drumbeat Energy
Drumbeat Energy helps organisations to become proficient and self-sufficient in the art of energy management. Drumbeat’s Energy Managers will work with your team to install a best-practice energy management system and provide energy management training. Drumbeat’s integrated energy management support is a stronger, lower risk solution than diverting your own untrained resources. Drumbeat follows a route map of three key stages of your energy management journey, transforming your organisation from one with the ambitions to manage energy, to one which is proficient and self-sufficient in-house.
Stage 1 - Primary Energy Assessment
Stage 2 - The Energy Management System
Stage 3 - Achieving in-house Proficiency
Drumbeat is all about excellence in energy management. We provide sensible, practical energy management support and solutions.
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