Leading the Electric Utility Sector in Supply Chain Sustainability

December 17, 2020 | Case Study,

Objectives

Since 2013 Anthesis has led the Alliance (EUISSCA) and its members in defining and pursuing their vision of “leading the industry in enhancing and promoting supply chain sustainable practices across utilities and suppliers.” Anthesis works directly with the Alliance members, the Executive Committee, and the Alliance Office to set the organizations strategic direction and then ensure its effective implementation.

 

Project

The Alliance wanted to improve the performance of all electric utility members in three key areas: successful practice adoption, supplier engagement and sustainability maturity.

 

Services

  • Staffed the Office of the Executive Director since 2013 with a multi-disciplinary team to drive the organizational aims.
  • Driven active engagement of the members, created an effective community of practice, and recognition of the value of sustainability.
  • Educated members on on the understanding and adoption of sustainable practices from specifications to SF6 alternative to end of life best practices
  • Supported adoption and use of our annual supplier survey with 100% of utility members using the survey with hundreds of their high impact suppliers

Impacts

Anthesis has supported the Alliance in its continual growth of membership with 20 utilities representing over $170 Billion (USD) in annual spend and over 50 Supplier Affiliate Members. The members’ awareness and adoption of best practices has significant impacts on the industry’s value chain. Further, the early adoption by procurement teams facilitate and drive the wider adoption of sustainable practices across the industry as a whole.

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