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Energy: do you use an agenda?

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Rafael Herzberg- is an independent energy consultant, self-employed (since 2018) based in São Paulo, Brazil* Focus on C level, VPs and upper managers associated to energy related info, analysis...

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Energy: do you use an agenda?

The vast majority of engineers and even upper managers DO NOT schedule activities related to cost reduction of the energy bill of the companies and institutions they work for. Even if it is a Top 10 cost - often a Top 5.

This is my experience of over 35 years providing consulting!

The good news: it is easy and simple to change this habit to seek expressive results in the short term!

It is "only" about DETERMINATION! If you would like to explore this possibility, I can help you, considering that the power bill is above USD 50 k/month and below USD 3 MM/month.

Each day I will send a task. The next day you present the work done, we will analyze the information and the next day a new task will be sent to you. Until alternatives are crafted so that a decision could be made - aiming at concrete results.

If you want to test this model, send a return email indicating the date, time of your preference and an invitation for a 1-hour virtual conference including the access link.

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