Cannabis Energy Efficiency Boot Camps
For most Cannabis Licensed Producers (“LP”), the cost of electricity is going to be a constant concern. As operations need to be more streamlined and profitable, expenses like electricity need to be reduced and managed.
If you are looking for a quick approach to uncovering and implementing energy efficiency measures, this is the right service for you. The other benefit of this services is the move towards a corporate energy management program that is sustainable and effective.
The typical approach to energy management starts with an energy audit, then the development of an energy management plan. These energy management steps are where the process can falter. There is some implementation of efficiency measures, but then companies usually wait for electricity costs to rise again. This is where the WISE Advantage can assist organizations with a sustainable process. The steps include:
So what does Wise Advantage do:
Provides a quick start approach to a continued Energy Management process
Develops a corporate culture of energy conservation by.
Gaining corporate “buy-in.”
Tapping all the internal resources.
Maxi mizing incentives and support .
Develops short-term operational benefits while creating long-term savings.
Finally, it pays for itself
The Approach of WISE Advantage is the Key. This rapid-fire, one (1) week boot camp process is where the real value lies. Moving through the process of “Assessing”, “Planning”, “Implementing”, “Measuring” and “Optimizing” the team will generate measurable and verifiable savings that week.
Day 1: Information Gathering. The most over used term, Can’t MANAGE what you do not MEASURE.” is overused for a reason. Its right and applies to all energy efficiency and management programs. Our team will ask for all relevant information, i.e. utility bills, single line drawings, equipment list or inventory, processes etc.
Day 2: This step includes a walkthrough where the team identifies where you are now and where you want to be. This is done by assessing utility bills, best practice reviews, baselining, metering plans, and evaluating process and procedures.
Day 3: Planning: This step provides a list of measures, prioritized based on corporate requirements. This is why we include internal resources in the process.
Day 4: Implement: The team puts the plan into action, and those “no-cost/low-cost” measures are implemented.
Day 5: Measure: The team will measure and monitor all energy savings. The results are documented savings achieved after just one (1) week.
After the first week, the team will have an understanding of energy consumption, know where they are employing energy management best practices, how they are going to achieve savings, identify short and long-term saving opportunities, and realized operational savings by implementing a formal approach to energy management.
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