Clif Bar’s Cool Commute program (2006) provided employees with a $6,500 taxable cash incentive. The Cool Home program (2008) provided $1,000 annually to make changes to employees’ homes to reduce energy.
Duke University conducted an energy efficiency pilot program aimed to help Duke employees complete energy efficiency home retrofits and track reductions in energy use and carbon emissions.
A membership program that provides qualified employers with national recognition and an elite designation for offering outstanding commuter benefits.
Provides an intensive study of the efficacy of the COYou2 Program offered by the company Swiss Re.
Some employers have reported granting employees access to software that tracks their home energy use, including WSP, WeSpire, and Green Impact.
Summarizes the efforts undertaken by a variety of private employers to encourage their employees to adopt more energy efficient behaviors and technologies at the office, at home, and in transit.