A Note from the ENTOUCH CEO: Knowing your How, What, and Why

ESG and Building Energy Efficiency: The most effective strategy for achieving sustainability

In the 16 years since ESG and SRI entered mainstream financial markets, investors are now focused on a company’s performance beyond its bottom line. They pressure companies to consider their impact with shareholders and stakeholders like employees or customers to achieve “triple-bottom-line sustainability. “Is it good for the shareholders?” has now been replaced by the “Is it good for all our stakeholders?”
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ESG, SRI Impact Investing: What’s the Difference?

ENVIRONMENTAL

Is the company’s contribution to climate change through greenhouse gas emissions, waste management, and energy efficiency.

SOCIAL

Includes human rights, labor standards in the supply chain, exposure to illegal child labor, and workplace health and safety.

GOVERNANCE

References principles that define rights, responsibilities, and expectations between stakeholders in corporate governance.
ESG, SRI, and impact investing are related investment styles with different approaches. SRI uses screens to pick or drop investments based on ethical concerns. Impact investors put their money where it will do good for society or the environment. ESG focuses on a company’s operations with the intent to reduce risk.

Improving our planet and improving your profit. 
One building at a time.

253
%
AVERAGE 5-YEAR ROI
BOTTOM LINE IMPACT
AVERAGE
16
% kWh
REDUCTION
AVERAGE
1
.
4
YEAR PAYBACK
TOTAL
$
80
M
ANNUAL SAVINGS
$
299
M
5 YEAR CASHFLOW
SUSTAINABILITY IMPACT
575
M
LBS. REDUCTION IN CARBON EMISSIONS/YEAR
311,364
ACRES OF FOREST SAVED/YEAR
292
M
LBS. OF COAL BURNED/YEAR
ELIMINATE RISK
LIFETIME
WARRANTY
PRECISION
TARGETING OF MAINTENANCE SPEND
VISIBILITY
TO INFRASTRUCTURE FOR COMMAND AND CONTROL

ENTOUCH is the E in ESG?

ESG standards measure company performance on a range of issues, from climate change to social justice and internal controls. Environmental criteria look at energy inputs and waste streams, including carbon emissions and their impact on climate change. Investors want to know how a company manages its environmental risks, such as exposure to flooding, production and disposal of toxic wastes, and compliance with current and future regulations. Essentially, environmental metrics take stock of a company’s stewardship of the natural world.

FACILITY
MANAGEMENT

How Integrated Facilities Management lowers TCO
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ESG
STRATEGY

ESG Strategies Deliver Value
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KEY PERFORMANCE
INDICATORS

7 Tips to Creating Facility Management KPIs
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SMART BUILDINGS
SMARTER BENEFITS

ESG: SMART BUILDINGS, SMARTER BENEFITS
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