MIAMI, FL, July 17, 2016 /24-7PressRelease/
-- An upcoming "Voices in America" segment reveals a viable new approach to business resilience and competitive advantage. In this short documentary Distributed Energy Management (DEM) explains how their unified budgetary approach for managing and treating utilities as critical assets supports key business goals. Several company executive interviews highlight the cost savings and opportunities they are achieving from reinvestment of previously wasted utility spending. Additionally, they stress the fact that a business cannot run without energy, thus utilities should be seen as a valued resource to be actively managed, not just a default overhead expense.
This segment will be presented by the program's host, renowned film star James Earl Jones, famous for his roles and as the voice of characters such as Darth Vader in Star Wars. "Voices in America" is a television program that is offered to Public Television Stations all over the country. Each segment of the program is a documentary that focuses on an important issue regarding topics such as business, the environment, health, education, architecture, agriculture, and more. Segments include guests who are authorities in their fields. The programs has no relation or affiliation to PBS or APT. To learn more visit the show's website.
Distributed Energy Management, based in Seattle, WA, acts as a "Chief Utility Officer" for hire to commercial, government and not-for-profit organizations. As most companies overspend on utilities by 30% or more, their budget-focused approach unifies operational and capital utility expenses into one clear budget. This delivers the control to initiate efficiency and waste reduction measures, improving business cash flow and competitive advantage aligned with business goals. Jimmy Jia, CEO and founder, is a thought leader and frequent speaker who recently co-authored Driven by Demand: How Energy Gets Its Power, Cambridge Press. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org