ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas reportedly deployed Ecova’s utility expense and energy management services in order to monitor, understand and reduce energy usage across 135 locations.
The firm hopes to cut its cost savings and sustainability at its U.S. facilities with Ecova, and derive data-driven insights that can help it to bring down energy use and cost, building a foundation for additional improvements.
Brad Nemeth, vice president of sustainability at ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas, remarked, “Our vision is to develop innovative products and services that create sustainable infrastructures and promote the efficient use of resources. We believe in creating value through sustainable service solutions for our customers and are working with Ecova to bring that same focus to our own company operations.”
Ecova explained that its utility and expense data management service consists of utility bill processing and analysis, site service management and budgets and accruals features. The service is designed to enable one to aggregate their utility bill processing and analysis, site service management, budget and accruals, and lease management across their entire enterprise – so they can reduce costs, improve on-time payments, and manage risk.
Ecova’s energy management service provides users with in-depth market analytics and reporting to help them determine and implement the best strategies for energy sourcing and price risk management, resulting in both lower expenses and price certainty.
The company claimed that its services deliver accurate information and advice – ranging from energy, water and waste, to telecom, lease and carbon management – to help organizations save money and resources.
Jeff Heggedahl, CEO at Ecova added, “Understanding energy use and how to leverage that data to save money and improve performance is an essential business need for today’s companies. Working with ThyssenKrupp Elevator Americas to help them stay competitive and lead their industry through this kind of business efficiency is core to Ecova’s strategy for total energy and sustainability management.”
Edited by Braden Becker