Online information and resource center dedicated to helping executives at Fortune 1000 commercial and industrial companies
New York, NY: March 7, 2016 - Online resource center Smart Energy Decisions has launched to help Fortune 1000 commercial and industrial executives make smart energy management and renewable energy sourcing decisions. The new online information resource features a diverse array of research reports from analysts and government agencies, expert columns from industry thought leaders, and curated news coverage.
"The executives responsible for energy management face pressure to reduce energy demand and cut costs while meeting senior-level renewable energy procurement commitments - all while evaluating rapidly emerging new technologies," said John Failla, Founder and Editorial Director of Smart Energy Decisions. "By providing successful real world examples, cutting-edge research, expert analysis, and breaking news we will help energy managers meet these challenges and succeed in their roles through better decisions."
Smart Energy Decision content will provide a comprehensive perspective on important topics and major industry issues via three channels:
• Smart Energy Decisions News: Success stories about companies and executives cutting energy use and sourcing renewable energy through innovative approaches and technologies, as well as important updates.
• Smart Energy Decisions Resources: A comprehensive collection of white papers, research reports, and other curated resources from sources like the Department of Energys Better Buildings/Better Plants Programs, EPAs Energy Star Program, the Center for Resource Solutions, Energy Resources Center, Environmental Defense Fund, and Corporate Renewable Energy Buyers Principles.
• Smart Energy Decisions Expert Columns: Opinions and perspectives from industry-thought leaders on key issues and challenges
Members of the energy management community are encouraged to join the Smart Energy Decisions community, contribute an expert column, or drive the discussion on social media.