Leading companies see a competitive advantage in pursuing energy management and sustainability strategies. Many reasons drive these efforts, including support for the bottom line, protection against energy risks and a desire to position a company’s operations and practices to stand behind energy-efficient product offerings.
The Nissan Americas team recently took steps to share its best practices in the area of energy management and sustainability, and to learn from colleagues, during the first-ever Nissan Americas Energy and Sustainability summit in Franklin, Tenn., from Dec. 13 to 15.
The Americas Energy and Sustainability Summit was an opportunity to share details of Nissan’s U.S. ENERGY STAR tools and program knowledge across the Americas region and among the international partners in attendance.
With events like this first Energy and Sustainability Summit, the vision for a zero-emission society in the future looks very bright.