IRVINE, Calif., July 26, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- On Wednesday, July 27, 2016, at 2:00 p.m. EST, Edison Energy, an independent energy advisory company for the nation's largest energy users, is sponsoring a webinar titled: "The New Energy Future – Making Sense of the Changing Energy Landscape." Hosted by Energy Manager Today, the program will look at the changing energy landscape and how this is impacting large commercial, industrial and institutional organizations.
Through its partner, ReD Associates, Edison International (parent company of Edison Energy) spent more than a year meeting with hundreds of people who have a hand in energy management at large companies and organizations – conducting what is perhaps the most comprehensive study ever done on the role of energy in large organizations, and the challenges and changes in corporate energy management.
This informative webinar will discuss the key findings from the study, highlighting what large energy users think about this changing energy landscape and what they are looking for in terms of strategies/solutions to lower energy costs across the enterprise.
Tom Comstock Chief Marketing Officer Edison Energy
About Edison Energy Edison Energy is an independent advisory and services company with the capabilities to develop and integrate an array of energy solutions for the largest energy users nationwide. Edison Energy is focused on helping the largest energy users simultaneously reduce their energy costs, improve the environmental performance of their operations, ensure energy resiliency and manage exposure to energy price risk. We do that by providing insight, integration and an approach that simplifies through Energy-as-a-Service. Edison Energy has the heritage, resources, experience, technology and entrepreneurial business model to improve the way commercial, industrial and institutional organizations procure, use, and manage energy. For more information about Edison Energy visit www.edisonenergy.com.
Edison Energy is not the same company as Southern California Edison, the utility, and Edison Energy is not regulated by the California Public Utilities Commission.