Author: Maria Fernández

Public Administration is a sector with great potential for energy savings: large buildings, geographically dispersed, old equipment… Furthermore, they have the need, not only for their budget but ethically, to save energy and be more energy-efficient. Today we present you an implementation success story from our partner CIAS COM for the Ministry of Justice of the Spanish Government, who has saved 22% in their electric bills.

From supermarkets to big factories, companies are actively looking for ways to save energy in order to be more profitable and have more control over their costs. A great way to achieve this is by tracking, analyzing and controlling energy through energy management software. Don’t forget that, according to most studies, energy is one third of the cost for a company. Therefore, many companies, and, of course, the individuals working within these companies, have already understood the importance of having an energy efficiency plan. However, before choosing or changing your energy management software provider think about what you need, what’s your budget and what are your goals.

Industrial energy efficiency is all the rage thanks to public support initiatives for "Industry 4.0". But how does this trend translate into an actual energy management plan in the industrial sector? Is it possible to save energy in factories without a major investment? Get inspired by the TACSA success story, implemented by DEXMA partner 3ex4.  

Who wants to be more in touch with energy management trends? I see you raising your hand, but I know your dilemma: so many trends, so little time! All you alpha energy managers, like me as DEXMA’s marketing manager, are probably way too busy to catch up with the latest energy news. Today we are going to solve that problem with a tool I use every day to stay on top of all things energy management: Feedly. Read on for tips to work with Feedly like a PRO.

It’s (almost) back to school season and you have big goals for the end of the year. Q4 is almost here and your ESCO business needs a boost. Today we cover a few LinkedIn tips for energy managers and ESCOs that might help you make the difference in the industry.  And you know what? It’s never too late to start on your path to becoming a social media influencer in the energy industry. Most of us work for B2B companies. And in B2B, LinkedIn is the killer communication tool.