1. 1

    Set the foundations

    Find out who’s best suited to leading your energy management plan and how your staff can help. Tips on how to get your policy and strategy in place.

    Set the foundations

  2. 2

    Make an action plan

    Set effective goals and document the steps you’ll take to achieve them. Tips for writing a business case to get big projects off the ground.

    Make an action plan

  3. 3

    Assess energy use

    Work out how profitably you’re using energy. Find your best opportunities to save energy and emissions, operationally and through staff engagement.

    Assess energy use

  4. 4

    Evaluate and keep moving

    How to use reporting and reviews to stay on track. Celebrate success in a way that motivates everyone to do even better.

    Evaluate and keep moving

Our energy management strategy took us straight to the high impact opportunities.

(Sustainability Specialist, NZ Post)
  • Sustainable Business Network (SBN)

    A non-profit organisation empowering businesses to become more sustainable. Visit the website for useful tools and resources, plus access to webinars, courses, events and advice.

  • Sustainable Business Council (SBC)

    Aims to mainstream sustainability within the New Zealand business community. Members commit to reducing their greenhouse gas emissions and building sustainability into their purchasing decisions. Visit the website for reports, guides, commentaries and more.