John Hay Management Corporation (JHMC) powered a landmarking milestone in its first energy audit yesterday, January 23, 2024, as it achieved an astounding 97.4% rating, a testament to its continuous efforts toward sustainability and
effective energy management.
The Department of Energy (DOE) conducted an audit and spot inspections to assess the corporation’s alignment with the Government Energy Management Program (GEMP), which requires a 10% decrease in monthly fuel and electricity consumption.
In its evaluation, JHMC demonstrated a remarkable commitment to electricity and fuel conservation, both of which are critical ecological practices. These efforts serve as a solid foundation for the corporation’s existing and continued sustainability programs, as well as its endeavors to reduce its carbon footprint.
In continuity, the JHMC Energy Efficiency and Conservation (EEC) Committee ensures the ongoing improvement of the corporation’s environmental performance while also spearheading efficient energy and resource management.
The corporation’s commitment to sustainability extends beyond energy efficiency; it encompasses a broader spectrum of environmentally friendly initiatives, from waste reduction programs to various eco-friendly practices, demonstrating that corporate success and environmental responsibility can go hand in hand. END