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Managing Energy Costs: A Behavioral & Non-Technical Approach

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350 pages4 hours

Summary

This book discusses the numerous reasons why many organizations fail to manage the behavioral aspects of energy consumption, and shows you how you can apply proven management techniques to significantly reduce these unnecessary energy expenses within your own organization. Included are a broad array of examples of companies who have pioneered these efforts, their actual savings (often millions of dollars annually), step-by step methodologies and typical energy-wasting organizational pitfalls to avoid. Based on years of study, research and documentation, the author communicates in an easy-to-understand, and cohesive manner how break the prevalent cycle of energy waste, and to make your employees both cooperative in saving energy, and accountable for the energy they use. Completely non-technical in its approach, his book focuses exclusively on how to manage the human element of energy consumption.

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