Everyone has a role in energy management. Effective programs make employees, managers, and other key stakeholders aware of energy performance goals and initiatives, as well as their responsibility in carrying out the program.
Communications strategies and materials for raising awareness of energy use, goals and impacts should be tailored to the needs of the intended audience. To raise awareness, consider doing the following:
Individuals working in or even managing a facility may have little understanding of the energy performance of the facility or its impact on the organization and environment. Targeted efforts designed to increase awareness of facility energy use can help build support for energy management programs.
Most people do not know how the energy they use is generated. Providing information on the sources of energy used at your facility along with the associated pollution that results from its use could increase awareness of the environmental aspects of energy use.
Shadow Energy aims to provide information on the energy performance of equipment or processes that employees regularly use as part of their jobs. Frequently, managers who are not directly involved in energy management are not aware of how energy use effects the organization. Increasing the awareness of managers can help to build support for energy management initiatives. Using training to help staff understand the importance of energy performance provides the information necessary to make informed decisions. Training also provides an excellent opportunity for gathering employee feedback and evaluations.
Shadow Energy offers trainings on various subjects:-
ALL TRAININGS TO BE CONDUCTED BY BEE CERTIFIED ENERGY AUDITORS / LEADAUDITORS IN EMS-14001 / LEAD AUDITOR IN EnMS 16001 -2009 & OHSAS 18001 / IGBC ACCREDITED PROFESSIONALS / GRIHA CERTIFIED TRAINERS