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By ENGIE Impact
With over 100 sites — and an average yearly consumption of 64 million kWh per site — a large technology company realised that they needed to have an aggressive strategy in order to reach 100% renewable energy in Europe and the United States.
Procuring energy for multiple sites in various countries is a complex initiative which incorporates market research, negotiating cost and reviewing convoluted contracts. With several suppliers and contracts to review, the technology company knew they wanted to streamline the entire process, reduce administrative costs and expand their green energy portfolio. So, they partnered with ENGIE Impact to craft a global strategy at a local level.
By consolidating the supplier contracts and streamlining the decision-making process, ENGIE Impact changed how the technology company procured their energy, saving over £450,000 on energy contracts and decreasing the amount of time spent through the consolidation process. As the programme continues to expand, creating visibility and consistency at a local level is key to creating a global energy strategy.