MOTIVATING INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYEES TO ACTIVELY CONSERVE ENERGY.
One of the major reasons why low cost/no cost conservation has not traditionally been used, will remain a problem in future implementation. Low cost/no cost conservation is achieved through such things as a disciplined standard of housekeeping in the use of energy, seasonal energy efficient thermostat settings, and the general awareness of employees to do their daily jobs in an energy efficient manner (i. e. turn off lights and machinery when not in use, close doors and windows when appropriate, etc. ). The purpose of this paper is to develop a model that describes the elements needed to motivate industrial employees into an active awareness of energy conservation. Refs.
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Eibes, Timothy J., "MOTIVATING INDUSTRIAL EMPLOYEES TO ACTIVELY CONSERVE ENERGY." (1983). Faculty Publications. 4840.