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Jimmy Jia

You can build remarkable company value while reducing energy consumption.

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Intro


Jimmy Jia

You can build remarkable company value while reducing energy consumption.

Unmask hidden carbon costs to deliver strategic energy use and achieve higher company value.


Jimmy works with boards, executives, and policy makers to quantify energy risks, innovations and opportunities for improved capital deployment of energy and infrastructure assets.

For over a decade, he has challenged executives in retail, non-profits, higher education, healthcare and utilities to examine their energy use practices. The results are that organizations save money, reduce exposure to volatile pricing, and improve competitive advantage.

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“Energy is just another critical, can’t do without, resource that helps companies deliver value. As customer needs change, the energy needs shift along with it.”

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“Energy is just another critical, can’t do without, resource that helps companies deliver value. As customer needs change, the energy needs shift along with it.”

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Strategy


Strategy

Moving organizations from compliance to governance

Strategy


Strategy

Moving organizations from compliance to governance

The benefits go far beyond a workshop.

Practically speaking, a single workshop will not instantly result in a 100% efficient, carbon neutral company with increased value. But it will help you and your team realize the importance of aligning global company goals and performance metrics based on strategically vetted initiatives.

Most importantly, you’ll see that creating company-wide Energy-As-Strategy ensures everyone is on the same page to maximize company value. 

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Thougth Leadership


Thought Leadership

Developing and Implementing Best Practices

Thougth Leadership


Thought Leadership

Developing and Implementing Best Practices

His latest book, The Book of Energy Leadership Frameworks, is now available on Amazon! 

It is a toolkit for leaders who are adapting to tomorrow’s challenges. Leading organizations create energy strategies that support long-term goals, leading to higher resource efficiency, lower carbon footprint and improved competitive advantage. Yet energy can seem complex, difficult, or impossible to manage.

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His first book, published by Cambridge University Press, Driven by Demand: How Energy Gets Its Power has been sold in over 15 countries.

It provides a unique perspective on energy's astoundingly central role in today's society, tracing how energy systems evolved to meet changing requirements of society and industry. This is a must-read for business executives, policymakers and students working in energy policy, energy management and sustainable business.

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Engagements


Engage

Your next energy leader may already be in your organization

Engagements


Engage

Your next energy leader may already be in your organization

Stop overlooking innovations within your organization!


He is frequently asked to speak on topics of energy futurism, leadership, strategy, and innovation.

His work with boards, corporate executives, policy makers and municipals helps to better quantify energy risks and opportunities for improved capital deployment.

His managerial approach to energy indicators results in business process improvements for healthcare, utilities, retail, mechanical contractors, non-profits and higher education.

About


About Jimmy

About


About Jimmy

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Growing up within walking distance to the ocean and forests of Central California, Jimmy learned the value of environmental stewardship early on. As an entrepreneur, author and strategist, he uses energy as an indicator of corporate governance and strategy responsibly manage consumption of natural resources.

Currently, he sits on the board for the Center for Sustainable Energy, chairing the Strategy Committee, is a Visiting Scholar at George Washington University and an advisor to the Energy Consumer Market Alignment Project. His book on the topic, Driven by Demand: How Energy Gets its Power has been sold in over 15 countries.

As Chair Emeritus of the MIT Enterprise Forum Northwest, he led an all-volunteer organization for 4-years to produce dozens of events in technology innovation and entrepreneurship. These programs included the Future of Fun, Science Fiction Meets Technology and Meet the Angels, among others, that support the innovation economy. 

He received his BS and MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and an MBA from the University of Oxford. He holds five patents, has authored numerous publications and is a frequent speaker on topics of energy futurism and leadership.

Read his personal reflection on his energy path: 20 Years Later