Managing energy costs during COVID-19 recovery

by | Aug 24, 2020

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As the nation moves towards recovery from COVID-19, an organization’s success will depend upon informed financial management — using capital wisely, reducing overhead costs, and managing energy costs.

Reducing utility and maintenance costs by upgrading facility infrastructure is an obvious first step towards a sustainable recovery. But the question remains, at a time like this, should organizations invest their capital on projects outside of their core competencies?  To address this, and other financial challenges, this webinar will examine different financial approaches both the private and public sectors can take to lower overhead costs while conserving capital.

During this webinar we will discuss:

  • Managing capital in uncertain times
  • No-capital-required funding options for infrastructure upgrades
  • How our customers are taking advantage of these budget-neutral energy management strategies

At the end of this webinar, you will understand how to reduce costs, while improving the working environment of the employees committed to your organization’s continued success.

This event is available on-demand and can be found in the E+E Leader Resource Hub


Lou Preston, Jr.
Strategic Accounts Manager
Centrica Business Solutions|
Lou is responsible for developing portfolio-wide energy management programs for Fortune 500 companies, such as  FedEx, IBM, Pepsi and Kellogg. Lou was honored with admission to Beta Gamma Delta, an honors fraternity recognizing his academic achievement in his MBA program. He is an active member of the Illumination Engineering Society (IES), a Certified Lighting Management Consultant (CLMC) 2007 and a Certified Sustainable Lighting Consultant CSLC 2010.

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