Communication of any energy efficiency program is vital if that program is going to succeed, especially internal communication of energy and sustainability objectives to support staff behavior change. Equally companies are missing out on maximizing the added value of their energy savings actions if they are not reporting these successes to their external stakeholders. The Communications department has a key role to play in these fields.
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Develop a Communications Strategy - Channels for communicating the success of Energy Efficiency Projects and for leveraging additional internal support for projects
Behavior Change - Making energy and financial savings requires internal stakeholders to be committed and enthusiastic whether remembering to turn off the light or adapting to a new way of working
Involving Key Stakeholders - Key roles within a company will be affected by energy efficiency projects, it is essential to bring them on-board at an early stage