EDF creates a comprehensive curriculum for every Climate Corps fellow working with host organizations.
Our fellows learn from us in a week-long training session with EDF experts and consultants; and then, each summer, the fellows in return educate us, based on the innovative solutions they’ve found for their host organizations.
EDF believes that by sharing the tools and best practices coming out of Climate Corps every year, we can scale energy efficiencies across industries.
An overarching model for energy efficiency that has proven successful, even across very divergent industries. This framework assesses how five interdependent organizational components work together to improve energy performance, generating maximum financial and environmental returns.
This reference manual shows you how to identify, analyze and prioritize energy efficiency investments in commercial buildings. Each chapter provides an overview of the steps that an organization can take to reduce energy use -- from policy changes and efficient use adjustments to equipment replacement.
A key element of the EDF Climate Corps program is the training and preparation EDF gives to top graduate students before they embed with organizations. The onboarding guide lays out the key questions to answer when assessing an organization’s energy management potential.
The Roadmap provides guidance on how to build a streamlined environmental employee engagement program that quickly delivers business and environmental results.