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As markets are transforming and baselines are rising, utilities are looking for innovative solutions to drive cost-effectiveness. In this web conference, we’ll showcase three residential case studies from utilities and their partners on how they’re seizing new opportunities to meet demand-side management (DSM) program goals. You’ll hear from Hawk Incentives and Oracle Opower, about solutions they’re implementing with National Grid, Southern California Edison, and ComEd, such as innovative behavioral programs and modern ways to provide incentives to customers.

You’ll hear:

  • An overview of some of the most promising next-generation DSM strategies, technologies, and trends
  • How Hawk Incentives and National Grid reduced program costs while enabling new channels to offer customers rebates
  • How Oracle Opower and Southern California Edison filled the lighting savings gap with successful behavioral programs and how Oracle Opower and ComEd met customers’ digital expectations through behavioral programs

The E Source Solution Showcase Series provides vendors with an opportunity to share innovative solutions to challenges utilities face. Through our web conferences, we’ll bring together utilities and their partners to highlight their joint successes and lessons learned. If you’re a vendor interested in participating in a future Solution Showcase Series web conference please email us.


Rachel Buckley, Senior Director, Customer Energy Solutions, E Source
David White, Vice President, Business Development, Hawk Incentives
Peter Hoffman, Senior Program Manager, National Grid
Julia Lundin, Senior Director, Commercial Strategy, Oracle Opower
Larry Tabizon, Senior Program Manager, Southern California Edison
Paul Grimyser, Senior Program Manager, ComEd

For more information about attending this event, please email us or call 1-800-ESOURCE (1-800-376-8723).