After reviewing performance
data, the next steps is to understand the factors affecting the results
as well as the additional benefits of the improved energy performance.
review should look at the effectiveness of your action plan. Where
activities and projects were successful, document best practices to
share throughout the organization. Where goals were not met, many
organizations determine the cause and decide what corrective or
preventive actions should be taken.
in reviewing the action plan include:
- Solicit feedback and ideas on the plan from the energy team,
implementation staff, and other departments.
- Assess changes in employee and organizational awareness of energy
critical factors - Identify factors that contributed to
surpassing or missing targets.
benefits - Identify and quantify, if possible, side
benefits arising from energy management activities such as employee
comfort, productivity improvement, impact on sales, reduced
operation and maintenance expenses, or better public/community
plan review involves a commitment of resources, but also has many
Creates insight for new
failures by identifying activities that were not as effective as
Assesses the usefulness
of the tracking system and other administrative tools to ensure
better management and evaluation.
Provides staff the
opportunity to contribute to and understand the process of energy
success stories and financial results to communicate to stakeholders
inside and outside the organization.