Decarbonization, Your Business, and the Roadmap to Success

(2 minute read)

Stakeholder demands for sustainability and decarbonization are driving the need for companies to meet emission reduction targets. Are you challenged by how to successfully meet your goals, while also balancing cost and reliability?

Building a decarbonization roadmap gives you a step-by-step process to manage roadblocks and meet greenhouse gas emission reduction targets. AEP Energy’s Total Energy Management integrated approach is the most efficient process to build your decarbonization roadmap.

Build Your Decarbonization Roadmap

  • Survey: Understanding all the options that are available for your location (or locations) will help you select the right solutions for your specific energy needs. Develop a menu of all carbon reduction opportunities that exist and determine what works for your organization.
  • Assess: You are looking to assess solutions that have the highest environmental and financial impact at the lowest cost for your entire facility portfolio. Analysis in this phase will show what opportunities exist, what renewable energy solutions are available, and at what cost.
  • Plan: Your organization’s strategy will be based on the highest impact with the lowest cost solutions, but building consensus with stakeholders and understanding the potential risks of your plan will give you long-term success.
  • Execute: To ensure successful implementation with measured performance, you need solid program management during the execution phase. The road to a carbon-neutral organization requires strategic partnerships to reach various aspects of emission targets.
  • Manage: AEP Energy provides end-to-end support of your decarbonization goals, including strategy, execution, and program management. With interdisciplinary expertise in energy markets and energy technologies, and our full suite of services and solutions, AEP Energy is uniquely qualified to be your trusted advisor.

Key Takeaways:

  • Corporations are being held accountable to develop plans for net-zero carbon emissions.
  • Reducing carbon emissions has many solutions, and it can be a process to find what is right – both financially and geographically – for your organization.
  • Establishing a partnership with AEP Energy will help you efficiently and effectively reach your sustainability goals.

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