1. ENERGY USE REDUCTION: INTERACTIVE “DATA” SCULPTURE
Public sculpture is inherently communicative. Interactive sculpture can draw from data sources — energy use, for example — and show users how their collective efforts to conserve can produce visible results.
Sustainability sculptures can reflect real-time energy use data, providing a visual reminder for students, faculty, staff, or employees to conserve.
If you rely on behavioral change to achieve energy savings, Iconic Energy Consulting can help you engage your constituency to meet your goals.
2. SUSTAINABLE INFRASTRUCTURE: EYESORES TO ICONS
Infrastructural facilities that protect the environment — such as water storage facilities, sewage treatment plants, electrical substations, and more — do not need to be eyesores.
Good design can provide a distinctive visual signature for a community, as well as offer recreational amenities for families.
Iconic Energy Consulting can help you develop and plan needed infrastructure enhancements with design that illustrates your community’s unique quality and character through conversation, discovery, and idea development.
3. RENEWABLE ENERGY: “PLEASE IN MY BACK YARD”
A range of artistic interventions — from temporary exhibits to performance to integrated design — can change the way we see, understand, and interact with renewable energy.
Some communities struggle with changing visual landscapes, among other concerns.
Iconic Energy Consulting helps lead community conversations and planning that can advance the installation of renewable energy infrastructure in communities, using public art and design as a means of reaching consensus and gaining public buy-in.
Iconic Energy Consulting uses best practices in civic engagement to gain consensus toward clean energy and energy efficiency projects, specifically using public art, space, and amenities.
Iconic Energy facilitates community collaboration, including:
- facilitating public participation
- project management
- publicity/public relations
- long-term public space/public art maintenance planning
- programming planning
- funding identification and grant writing
- organizational strategic planning