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Newsletter 06/2018: Energy efficiency in the European industry and the behavioural aspect INDUCE Newsletter 01

 

Newsletter 10/2018: The first insights in existing capacity building programmes INDUCE Newsletter 02

 

Newsletter 01/2020: Training Materials, Guidelines & Tools on energyefficientfoodindustry.eu INDUCE Newsletter 03

 

Newsletter 02/2020: Training activities in pilot companies in Spain, France, Germany and The Netherlands INDUCE Newsletter 04

 

Newsletter 03/2020: Train the trainer workshops INDUCE Newsletter 05

 

Newsletter 04/2020: Culture Scan and INDUCE partnerships INDUCE Newsletter 06

 

Newsletter 05/2020: The impact of COVID-19 on the food and beverage sectors in our pilot countries. INDUCE Newsletter 07

 

Newsletter 07/2020: Learn more about what companies can expect from the INDUCE methodology. INDUCE Newsletter 08

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The INDUCE project is developed a capacity building programme for companies in the food and beverage sector who want to improve their energy performance. It created ad-hoc trainings adapted to the company’s needs and potential. The developed toolkit consists of training material, online lessons, guidelines, and tools. The INDUCE methodology links knowledge transfer on energy efficiency with behavioural and organisational change models, so an energy culture and awareness are established in the company, while employees are motivated to act in a more sustainable manner.

The INDUCE project developed a capacity building programme for companies in the food and beverage sector who want to improve their energy performance. It created ad-hoc trainings adapted to the company’s needs and potential. The developed toolkit consists of training material, online lessons, guidelines and tools. The INDUCE methodology links knowledge transfer on energy efficiency with behavioural and organisational change models, so an energy culture and awareness are established in the company, while employees are motivated to act in a more sustainable manner. Unique is the Human-Centered Design approach, in which every phase was conducted in close cooperation with the end-users. The INDUCE methodology and toolkit were tested and validated in 15 pilot companies from the food and beverage sector in Spain, France, the Netherlands and Germany. This enabled INDUCE to interact with the companies to select the best interventions, measures, etc.. In a second step, the INDUCE community of trainers was established by certifying 60 trainers, in charge of implementing the INDUCE methodology in companies, hence increasing INDUCE’s impact.

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