Kickboxing for kilowatts: How competition cut office energy use

Kickboxing for kilowatts: How competition cut office energy use

Can a trophy and some friendly competition among employees actually spur the type of behavioral change that can power energy savings for businesses?

It’s an interesting question, given that businesses — not to mention the energy efficiency industry — have historically focused on upgrades to equipment and facilities as the primary way to reduce energy costs. Changing employee behavior as a means to significantly reduce energy consumption has largely been ignored. Sigue leyendo