Understanding the Energy Management Maturity of Companies in Singapore

August 26, 2013 by  
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Singapore’s Energy Conservation Act, which came into force on April 22 this year, requires companies to take steps toward managing their energy consumption and improving energy efficiency.

In light of this new legislation, Accenture, with support from the National Environment Agency, conducted a qualitative survey of 100 energy intensive companies in Singapore, with the aim of assessing the maturity of enterprise energy management practices.

The findings are now published in a report, Driving Energy Management Transformation: A study on energy management maturity of companies in Singapore.

Feature Finding: People-centred components of energy management are less mature

The key finding from the report identifies that most organisations in Singapore are relatively less mature in the ‘softer’ people-centric aspects of energy management in comparison to their technological capabilities. These include organisational structure, defining roles and responsibilities, aligning rewards and incentives, and managing skills and training. Read more