Energy and Technical Services (ETS) has revised its Behavioural Change Service
In response to the evolving needs of the energy efficiency sector, Energy and Technical Services (ETS) has revised its Behavioural Change service to include the Energy Institutes’ (EI) new energy culture tool, Understanding your energy culture. Clients can now receive a copy of the energy culture toolkit as part of the service whilst benefiting from the support and expertise of our Chartered Energy Managers.
The Energy Institute has developed Understanding your energy culture to help organisations facilitate cultural change to improve energy efficiency. ETS are proud to have supported the Energy Institute (EI) by sponsoring and being instrumental with the development of this tool.
Unlike traditional behavioural interventions which focus on changing the individual, the Energy Institute’s Understanding your energy culture targets the business culture. This approach acknowledges that company processes and people’s behaviour are not independent but must work together. Outstanding performance and continual improvement can only be achieved when there is a culture in which the elements of an energy management system can flourish. A copy of the Energy Culture tool can be purchased through the Energy Institutes website (http://heartsandminds.energyinst.org/) or by contacting ETS.
For more information about ETS’ Behavioural Change service, please contact us on 01934 853334 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information contact:
Phil Warren, Managing Director
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