General Motors Drives Renewed Production Facility Cost Savings With EnerNOC Partnership

Published 29 March 2017 by Derrek Clarke &
Building Retrofits Energy Management Smart Buildings Market Insight

Access this research

A Smart Buildings subscription is needed to access this content.

Please choose an option below

Executive Summary

Industrial firms under pressure to maintain competitiveness are turning to strategic energy management as a way of reducing costs while improving operational efficiency (see Verdantix Market Overview: Industrial Energy Management). This report helps executives in industrial firms to understand how General Motors (GM) has successfully tackled its transition to strategic energy management to achieve corporate objectives. To understand GM’s strategy, Verdantix spoke to Al Hildreth, Global Energy Manager at GM. Verdantix analysis finds that GM has invested to overcome the challenges that surround implementing a global energy management strategy while upping the ante on how to fund and extend its programme into operational efficiency.

Table of contents

General Motors Drives Renewed Production Facility Cost Savings With EnerNOC Partnership
GM Has Upped The Ante On How To Fund And Extend Its Programme Into Operational Efficiency
EnerNOC Enables GM To Validate Its Business Case For Energy Management
GM And EnerNOC Pave The Way For Industrial Energy Management Success

About the author

Derrek Clarke

Senior Analyst

Derrek is a Senior Analyst in the Verdantix Smart Buildings Practice. He conducts Verdantix research on energy management and the optimization of building systems covering technologies, best practices and growth strategies. His current agenda is focused on establishing facility optimization software as a distinct category of technology investment. Derrek has ten years of experience as a licensed architect. He joined Verdantix in 2014 and previously worked at global architecture and engineering firm HOK. Derrek holds a Masters in Architecture from Parsons and a Masters in Sustainability Management from Columbia University.

Related Reports

Not a Verdantix client yet?

Register with Verdantix for authoritative data, analysis and advice to allow your business to succeed.