Energy Institute’s 100-day Behaviour Change energy management challenge - call for participants

Get involved in a 100-day Behaviour Change Challenge to design and implement short-term energy management programmes.

The Energy Institute (EI) is calling for interested parties - energy managers, psychologists, change specialists and, in particular, end user organisations - to get involved in a 100-day Behaviour Change Challenge to design and implement short-term energy management programmes.

Underpinned by behavioural psychology, the programmes will demonstrate how cross-disciplinary approaches can help organisations reduce their energy use and environmental impact.  Consortia of energy management specialists, psychology professionals and organisations of all sizes will be asked to develop and apply an energy management plan and subsequently share the lessons learned.

The Challenge is driven by the EI’s Behaviour Change Working Group, a sub-committee of the EI Energy Management Panel that brings together energy management professionals and psychologists to develop and disseminate practical knowledge about changing behaviours towards the more efficient use and management of energy.

This project is still at concept stage. Any individuals, teams or organisations that would like to learn more, make suggestions, take part in or sponsor the challenge should contact Sarah George at e: sgeorge@energyinst.org or on t: +44 (0)20 7467 7164.

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