We're on a mission to save energy in the workplace. Smart Energy in Offices (SEiO) is a free program from Duke Energy dedicated to helping reduce energy consumption in office buildings. By educating office workers about small, simple changes they can make to their daily routine—and encouraging and rewarding new good habits—we can make a difference in our community.
Access information about your building’s real-time energy usage, load factors and historical trends—and understand what those numbers actually mean.
Receive ongoing support from your SEiO Engagement Manager to establish goals and prioritize opportunities through an Energy Action Plan.
Initiate action campaigns, games, and friendly competitions to motivate individuals to become Smart Energy Workers. Create opportunities for building engineers to focus attention on operational best practices and share their experience and insights with peers in the community.
Teams receive recognition in the community as their building advances through Levels of Achievement. Campaigns, competitions, and other educational resources motivate teams for maximum energy savings.
Simple changes in your daily work life can make a big difference in reducing energy usage.
Starting a group program in your office is easy. We’ll provide you with the tools and resources to get your office engaged in energy saving challenges.
A building-wide effort makes an enormous difference in energy savings. We make it easy.
The Smart Energy Now® program from Duke Energy was dedicated to helping reduce energy consumption in Charlotte's Uptown office buildings. Focused on educating office workers in Uptown Charlotte about small, simple changes you can make to your daily routine that together have a huge impact on Charlotte’s energy usage. Our goal was to reduce energy usage in Uptown Charlotte by 5%. With your help we brought it down by 6.2%. An extra 1.2% might not seem like a lot, but it’s enough to power over 500 homes for a year.
“We had an excellent response to our computer monitor campaign. Before the campaign, approximately 18% of all monitors in the Charlotte office were turned off in the evenings. During the campaign, we had a staff participation rate of 72%! The Green Team's goal is to periodically check to see if monitors are turned off, evaluate how we are doing and see if the staff needs any gentle reminders.”
Failing to enable power management settings on your computer & monitor(s) can result in wasted energy of around $50 to $75 per yr!
High-Rise Restrooms Hold Energy Saving Opportunities http://t.co/MifeE0bXGF
There's no sub for sunshine!Office productivity increases in daylight environment,so go ahead&let the light in to get the job done! ☀️☀️☀️
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