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Power: planning and decisions

Power: planning and decisions

Energy is typically an "animal" unknown to most companies and institutions. Even if it is a Top10 cost.

And so what?

Achieving and maintaining competitive energy costs is a requirement of today's times when the challenge is to "survive".

Planning is not about future decisions but about the future implications of present decisions. This phrase, very timely, is attributed to Lewis Cass.

What is the "underlying" message?

Upper managers and board members have the ultimate responsibility of putting the topic "on the agenda" making it of the importance that it actually has in the list of costs.

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