Santander invests in energy savings with Enel X
In Argentina energy consumption at 604 branches of the Spanish bank will be monitored and streamlined through UBM, the smart software that analyses bills and suggests alternative solutions for energy savings
Published on 27 June 2019
All over the world people are now experiencing the results of climate change: its effects are becoming more apparent with every passing season. As a result, cities, companies and citizens must adopt a new energy paradigm based on sustainability and innovation. There is no doubt that digitalisation can be a precious ally in developing good sustainability practice, also in a corporate context.
For this reason the banking giant Santander has chosen the innovative Utility Bill Management (UBM) service offered by Enel X to monitor and streamline its energy consumption. The Spanish company has hundreds of thousands of branches throughout Europe, the United States and South America, so developing a detailed overview of every single branch is an extremely complex task. However, UBM makes this entirely possible, because the digital platform analyses various utility expenses (energy, water, gas and waste) in real time by collecting bills and checking the accuracy of each one. The service automatically flags any billing errors while also identifying possible opportunities for reducing consumption by comparing the performance of each corporate site.
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