Ford adds energy advice to dealers

Ford adds energy advice to dealers


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Ford adds advice to dealers

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Around 200 Ford partners who have already experienced the manufacturer’s energy consulting concept have saved almost 30 percent of their energy costs, an average of 12,000 euros. The automaker has now expanded its lineup significantly.

Ford wants to accompany its dealers with a revised concept of advice to climate neutrality.
Ford wants to accompany its dealers with a revised concept of advice to climate neutrality.

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With a consulting concept, Ford, in collaboration with the Ecoistics Institute, has been helping its dealers for four years in reducing their CO.2production and thus also the costs of electricity and heat. This is done by outsourcing energy consultants and conducting energy audits.

In light of the current energy crisis, Ford is now significantly expanding its consulting concept called “EffNaNet” and wants to help retailers become climate neutral. At the end of autumn, Ford will present the extended concept to its partners.