Colin Neagle

Colin
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Colin is a marketing manager for EnerNOC and editor-in-chief of the EnergySMART blog.

Articles

How General Mills Executes its Sustainability Strategy

Two General Mills sustainability leaders shared how the organization delivers on its sustainability goals in a recent interview with GreenBiz. Here are the key takeaways.

How Benchmarking Can Drive Energy Efficiency in Commercial Buildings

See how one leading commercial real estate firm uses energy efficiency benchmarks to keep its properties competitive.

What is 'Building Energy Drift' and How Much Does it Cost Your Business?

Breaking down the financial impact of "energy drift" in commercial buildings, and providing some guidance for how to take control of it.

Webinar 2/16: GRESB Reporting Done Right

Learn best practices to make the GRESB reporting process easier, more accurate, and more effective for your portfolio.

How Manufacturers Use Energy Insights to Create Competitive Pricing

See how one manufacturer is analyzing energy data to find opportunities for more competitive pricing.

3 Bold Predictions for Energy Management in 2017

Why businesses will continue to embrace renewables and energy efficiency in 2017 in the face of the Trump administration's policies.

Is Your Organization Aligned for Energy Management Success?

A new Harvard Business Review article sheds light on how businesses can ensure they follow through on their energy management strategy.

Harvard Business Review: How Your Energy Strategy Can Create a Competitive Advantage

A new article at Harvard Business Review breaks down what goes into some of the world's most successful enterprise energy strategies.

Reminder: Don't Let the Holidays Drive Up Your Energy Costs

These precautionary tales show how much your business could be spending in unnecessary energy costs during the holidays.

Despite Regulatory Uncertainty, Investors Intensify Push for Corporate Sustainability Data

Despite uncertainty in how the Trump administration will change energy policy in the US, investors remain bullish on the importance of sustainability data.

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