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If your business is considering energy-efficiency improvements, you need a meaningful way to identify the financial benefits and savings of such a project. Use our Energy-At-Risk Financial Analysis Tool to help make the business case to management for energy-saving measures.
Best of all, it’s absolutely free.
This financial modeling tool provides the information and support you need to green-light your energy-efficiency project within your organization. The tool is specially designed to quantify your potential energy savings which can translate into real dollars for your bottom line.
The metrics calculated include:
Each worksheet provides pros and cons of the individual financial metrics and the formulas used to calculate your project’s results.
To access the tool, training and an example project, see Additional information.
When you use our Energy-At-Risk Financial Analysis Tool, you:
Once you’ve submitted the proper inputs, the modeling tool automatically calculates the project’s potential results. The workbook contains nine different economic metrics:
The tool produces a summary page that displays all metrics and compares them to your financial performance targets provided. This provides a broader perspective on project performance however it’s best to focus on the metrics that are most important to your business.
Refer to the tool and other resources to help you better understand the process, interpret results, overcome challenges and assist in making a case to upper management. A simple example project for pump optimization is also included.