Behavioural Change

Understand how you can implement staff behavioural change as an effective part of an integrated energy management strategy.


The Carbon Psychology approach to energy-saving behavioural change

The most important , and often overlooked, energy-saving asset is people. While technological interventions can make a big difference, to realise the full potential of efficiency measures, staff behavioural change is essential.

There is no single strategy to achieve this success , which is why our unique approach to behaviour change is so valuable. We are able to analyse the behaviour of your staff and identify the most effective interventions to ensure efficiency measures are adopted. Our model combines insights from psychology and behavioural economics to provide you with a bespoke strategy that taps into the way different staff think and behave.


Carbon Psychology

Behavioural models, bespoke for your business, to positively influence staff engagement in energy efficiency activities and increase savings to the bottom line.

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Energy Managers Qualifications (nBSEMQ)

A range of independently accredited training over four levels – Foundation, Champion, Expert and Master – to cater for all levels of energy education.

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ISO50001 support

As the first of the ‘Big Six’ energy suppliers to qualify for ISO50001, the internationally recognised energy management systems standard, we can support your own journey to accreditation.

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