Commentary: Corporate leadership is needed to spark energy savings

10/19/2010 |

Firms could benefit from appointing an executive-level manager to coordinate efforts to cut back on energy consumption, Paul Baier writes. Investing in leadership would pay off quickly as increased efficiency translated into cost savings at every level of the organization, Baier argues, noting that CFOs can play an integral role in making sure energy initiatives figure into a company's financial big picture.

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