Most organizations agree that building eco-efficiency is a good idea. Not only does doing so save costs, it also helps build customer loyalty to the brand. But sometimes efforts to become energy-efficient get stalled or, according to the management consulting firm PwC, get short-changed. PwC offers a ten-minute primer of valuable information. One of the recommendations put forth underlines the need for good analytics. Companies that see the benefits more concretely seem to embrace them. There's more information in PwC’s downloadable PDF
so it's probably worth a few minutes to take a look.