Energy Services Case Study: Leading Technology And Logistics Company

Our client is a global technology services and logistics company. Due to the companies size and turnover, it had to comply with the European Energy Efficiency Directive (EED).

The Challenge

Our client has operations in many EU Member States. Not only did they have to comply with the requirements of the wider EED but also with the local implementation of this within the various member states.

The EED requires that energy audits are carried out at our client’s facilities and energy savings opportunities identified. These had to be presented in terms of energy and carbon savings but also from a financial perspective, looking at the total investment required and pay back time for the energy savings identified.

Our Solution

Due to the complexity of the project, in terms of the nature of the audits,  the differing compliance deadlines and language issues, we set up individual audit teams in each of the countries and appointed a country level project manager, who role it was to manage the delivery of the projects within each of those countries.

A Project Director was also appointed whose role it was to liaise with the country level Project Managers to review progress and ensure that the compliance deadlines were met.

The Project Director also provided updates to the client and as well as managed the overall delivery of the project ensuring that it came in on time and budget and exceed the expectations of the client.

The Outcome