From carbon emissions to resiliency, there is ample business justification for advancing capital projects in facility modernization and renewables. Bob Johnson of Hannon Armstrong, a Schneider Electric partner, explains the financial, balance sheet, and risk mitigation benefits of using Energy as a Service.
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