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Webinar - C&I Energy as a Service - What is the opportunity and how to capture it?

There is a buzz about the “Energy as a service” (EaaS) business model in the commercial and industrial energy sector. Interest is being driven by the increasing costs and complexity of C&I energy provision, Corporate Social Responsibility and regulation and incentives. Already in Europe and North America, EaaS is a multi-billion euro market. In an upcoming webinar, the New Energy Business Model Service will assess the opportunity EaaS presents for energy services providers and investors – and discuss potential ways to capture it. Key questions addressed will include:
  • What is Energy as a Service and how does it apply to the C&I sectors?
  • How big is the opportunity for energy services providers and investors?
  • What are possible strategies for succeeding with this business model?

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