Think Energy Staff Survey Gets Results
24th July, 2013
Last month, we kicked off the Think Energy campaign in Dublin City Council with a staff survey about saving energy at home and in the workplace. Think Energy aims to inspire Dublin City Council staff to become more energy efficient by understanding more about the building that they work in and learning how their own behaviour can play a significant role in reducing the overall energy demand of the building.
The main findings of the survey showed that the vast majority (85%) of respondents believe that energy saving is very important to Dublin City Council. A further 94% feel that everyone is responsible for energy management within the Council, with lights (69%), computers (53%) and heating (33%) identified as the main problem areas for energy wastage.
Most respondents (78%) cited money as the main reason they try to save energy. 190 staff members completed the survey and Codema would like to thank all those who participated for their support. The survey responses will help the campaign to become as targeted as possible as it is rolled out over the next year.Back