Hunting for energy efficiency in Charlotte

By Krista Van Tassel
June 18th, 2012

If you’re a regular Environmental Forum reader, first of all thank you! Second, hopefully you already know about our work through Envision Charlotte with the Duke Energy Smart Energy Now® program. We’ve been working with this team to develop creative and engaging programs that will help our team members understand and conserve energy at the office (and at home).

In fact, we recently shared details on a new energy efficiency hunt program through the Smart Energy Now blog. Please take a look and let us know how we are doing!

Tags:   Duke Energy   Envision Charlotte   Smart Energy Now   
Krista Van Tassel

Krista Van Tassel

As Community and Team Member Engagement manager for Wells Fargo’s Environmental Affairs Team, Krista supports the company’s 70+ Green Teams, recognizing and promoting environmental innovator best practices, and engaging and educating team members about their role in helping the company’s sustainability efforts. She also manages Wells Fargo’s Environmental Solutions for Communities’ $3 million annual nonprofit grant program focused on helping make long-term sustainable economic investments in local communities where its customers and 264,000 team members work and live. Prior to joining Wells Fargo in 2009, Krista worked in a variety of sustainability and marketing positions in both the nonprofit and for profit sectors. Krista earned her MBA in International Business at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C.

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Comments

Doug Belfieldon June 18, 2012 at 1:04 pm:

Has anyone in management thought of converting to LED lighting to save energy? CFL bulbs save energy but contain mercury and are not environmentaly friendly.

Krista Van Tasselon June 20, 2012 at 8:22 am:

@ Doug – Thank you for your suggestion. Our corporate properties team is always evaluating new energy efficiency opportunities and technologies. We do use LED in some of our operations and responsible recycle our CFLs as well.

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