Author - Dan Moat


How To Buy Energy – The Guide To Commercial Energy Procurement

How To Buy Energy For Your Business You are most likely a category buyer responsible for indirect procurement. Energy is unlike other indirect spends so if you’re not familiar with buying energy or utility sourcing processes, this article will help provide some high-level guidance. Because energy is a commodity, it brings a number of additional risks and price considerations less prevalent in other areas of the supply chain.  Companies can either buy energy directly from energy suppliers or through the [...]


Going Green – How to be a Sustainable Small Business.

Going Green is very often the headline associated with the worlds largest corporations, who recognize not only the environmental benefits of taking a more sustainable approach to business, but also the commercial too. In the same way that households seek out more organic produce at the market, commercial buyers are becoming more and more attracted to companies who have demonstratably greener credentials.  Research across the globe confirms the benefit of going green to businesses and customers, putting any question of [...]


100 % Solar

Vervantis advice goes green with its electricity now coming from 100 percent solar generation. President Dan Moat was delighted to add renewable energy to the long list of measures they have been putting in place to become a more sustainable company. Following the recent relocation of Vervantis operations center to larger premises, it became posssible to make upgrades to the building envelope, electrical equipment and controls. On completion of the building works, Vervantis entered an agreement with utility SRP that [...]


CA Building Energy Benchmarking

California Building Energy Benchmarking Program CA Building Energy Benchmarking Program passed into law in October 2015 following the success of Assembly Bill 802 in California. The Building Energy Benchmarking Program is California’s new program requiring building owners to track and report their energy usage with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Mandatory reporting began in 2018 for buildings with no residential utility accounts and more than 50,000 square feet of gross floor area. For buildings with 17 or more residential utility [...]

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