Low carbon PR firm comments on global energy management spending
Global spending on energy management by large corporations will increase or remain steady in 2014, according to research conducted by an independent analyst.
The annual survey, which questioned 250 heads of energy in 13 countries and 20 industries, found that only 6% of corporations are expected to spend less than they did in 2013. A desire for improved energy data management was also a key finding, as 96% of respondents stated that they need to develop the volume, quality and frequency of energy data collection and reporting.
Renewable energy, building technologies, lighting and energy software were also identified as new directions in corporate spending. With its energy PR expertise, Content Communications understands that energy management is significant growth sector as companies strive to be more cost effective, cut carbon emissions and meet energy legislation.
Nicola Martin, Senior Copywriter at the green tech marketing specialist, Content Coms, says: “This potential for growth provides substantial opportunities for businesses that offer low-carbon technologies and energy management services.”
She adds: “Our industry marketing experience has shown us, however, that it is vital for these companies to clearly and effectively communicate the financial and environmental benefits of their products.”