According to data from the E Source Account Management Assessment, utility key account managers’ tenure and salary have decreased, indicating a workforce shift to a younger generation. It’s important to have account plans and processes in place so you can seamlessly transfer knowledge from seasoned veterans to the new workforce.

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Senior Analyst, Market Research Services

Laura Ruff Agard is a market research analyst who specializes in distributed energy resources (DERs) and utility marketing data collection and...