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Spokane, Wash. — May 9, 2016 — Ecova, an energy and sustainability management company, announced that it has identified $2.1 billion in savings since 2013 for its commercial and industrial clients with respect to energy, water, waste, and telecommunications through comprehensive resource management programs.
Ecova works with more than 900 commercial and industrial multi-site companies to find opportunities to drive bottom-line savings and improve efficiencies across their organization.
Ecova identifies savings in numerous resource categories, such as energy, water, waste, and telecommunications. By leveraging data from utility bills, meters, and energy management systems, Ecova’s teams of experts have the insight to act on savings opportunities such as catching water leaks before they become large financial or regulatory problems, reducing the number of service calls needed to manage equipment at a location, identifying billing errors, optimizing electric and gas rate programs, and providing actionable insights to reduce energy and other resource consumption.
“Ecova has been a strategic supplier since 2008 and has provided Brookdale with tremendous value and insights that have helped us identify and implement cost-savings measures for both water and energy across our organization,” said Jennifer Nolan, vice president of procurement strategy, Brookdale Senior Living.
Ecova’s cost-savings milestone can be attributed to its comprehensive approach to energy and sustainability management enabled by the Ecova Energy and Sustainability Management Platform, an enterprise software solution designed to help commercial and industrial clients manage, analyze, and report on their resource usage data through a single intuitive platform. The Ecova Platform is the foundation for energy and sustainability management, and provides businesses with the insights needed to increase operational efficiency, reduce costs, and achieve sustainability goals.
“Identifying over $2.1 billion in savings in just three years speaks to Ecova’s mission to architect the future of energy, carbon, water, and waste through data, insight, and action,” said Jana Schmidt, president and chief executive officer, Ecova.
For more information, visit www.ecova.com.