We provide sustainable energy solutions designed to help meet the specific needs and ambitions of businesses, who are keen to build resilience and growth in a manner which is strategic, responsible and durable.
Although making a commitment to energy efficiency is a senior management decision, the success of many energy-saving measures depends on gaining as much support as possible from the entire staff.
For example, if everyone turns off lights and equipment when they’re not required, the savings soon mount up. Similarly, you’ll be more successful with heating regulation if everyone follows simple rules on thermostats and ventilation.
Remember, you’ll be trying to change the ways people behave so it’s important to encourage a sense of involvement. That means sharing your ideas and plans and actively promoting the ways that everyone can all help.
You may want to start with a staff survey to gain an understanding of existing attitudes and expectations. You can then begin to build support using our staff engagement toolkit and email templates. Ultimately, these will help to create the support you need across your organisation to ensure each new initiative is a success.
It’s also worthwhile in any size of organisation to identify ‘champions’ who will help the designated energy manager to promote ideas and look out for problems. After all, efficient energy management is a way of thinking and you’ll have to change beliefs and practices in order to succeed. In some cases, this can be made part of people’s job remits and can include training that counts towards their continuing professional development.
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