26 Sep '11, 3pm

EDF Climate Corps Fellows Find $650 Million Worth of Operational Cost Savings

EDF Climate Corps Fellows Find $650 Million Worth of Operational Cost Savings

Climate Corps fellow from the University of Michigan MBA program, Pia Jean Kristiansen’s work with McDonald’s will result in an education video that will be used to educate employees on how they can reduce an average restaurant’s energy consumption up to 10 percent. Climate Corps fellow Neal Tsay, MBA candidate from UCLA, worked with Target to develop a plan to achieve Energy Star ratings for 75 percent of the company’s U.S. buildings by 2015. Tsay also proposed initiatives that could reduce 50,000 metric tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions a year and generate several millions of dollars in annual energy savings. Climate Corps fellow Harrison Thomas from Duke University, and Amy Kochanowsy, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, worked with the New York City Housing Authority to reduce annual heating costs by $58 million, and found that the Housing Authority coul...

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2011/09/edf-climate-corps-fel...

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