With the HEAL program already making an overwhelming impact and expanding exponentially every day, we asked HEAL Program Manager Martha Jane Murray and Deputy Manager Keith Canfield five questions about how the program is reducing energy consumption and energy bills – and changing the way companies do business and how employees live.Read More about Five Questions on How HEAL Works
Four years ago, L’Oréal, renewed a commitment to adopt a model of sustainable development that was good for the environment, good for people, and good for business. L’Oréal developed a 10-year plan to reduce its environmental impact...Read More about Case Study: HEAL Works with L’Oreal to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions
The Clinton Climate Initiative has recently unveiled the Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) Small Business Model as a means of bringing its energy-based employee benefits to small companies in Arkansas. One such company is Powers of...Read More about CCI HEAL Small Business Program CEO Takes the Benefits of Retrofitting Into His Own Home
In Little Rock, Arkansas, the Clinton Climate Initiative (CCI) operates the Home Energy Affordability Loan (HEAL) program, which helps local businesses and their employees reduce their energy use and related utility expenses. In July, Alan Hope, president and CEO of Powers of Arkansas, Inc., became the first...Read More about CCI HEAL Small Business Profile: Alan Hope, CEO, Powers of Arkansas, Inc.