Energy management is the process of optimizing energy usage in a system or facility. To optimize energy use, an organization must reduce energy consumption and costs while also minimizing environmental impact. Managing energy effectively can reduce operating costs, enhance your organization’s reputation, and minimize environmental impacts. Not only that, but energy efficiency can give an organization an edge with regard to regulatory compliance and help to attract visitors who are concerned about the carbon footprint of their trip and are seeking to support more environmentally conscious businesses.

The BC Tourism Sustainability Network guide to energy management in tourism covers several topics, including:

  • Assessing energy consumption and understanding costs
  • Energy benchmarking
  • Strategies for reducing energy consumption
  • Renewable energy solutions
  • Energy use monitoring and reporting
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  • Download Rebates & Incentives

Learn more about this topic today! Click the buttons above to download BCTSN Guide 4 on Energy Management in Tourism, as well as the supporting resources.

Adams River, near Shuswap Lake.

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