Rachel Cooper develops and implements market research studies, critically analyzes data, and interprets findings to help E Source members better understand and interact with their own customer base. She manages and oversees a variety of market research and associated deliverables, working across the organization to incorporate data from the company's surveys and industry benchmarks in research content deliverables. Rachel brings more than a dozen years of market research experience to E Source, previously having managed omnibus resident and policy surveys for local governments across the US. She earned a BA in sociology from South Dakota State University and an MA in clinical sociology from the University of Northern Colorado. She also has a Professional Researcher Certification (PRC) from the Professional Researcher Certification Board for the Marketing Research Association.
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US utilities have an opportunity to educate customers who are interested in home energy management (HEM) on the potential benefits of the smart home, including the ability to monitor and reduce their energy use. Our infographic explains which customers to target and how to reach them; check it out!
In-context research is the best way to build empathy and a high-fidelity understanding of how people interact with your offerings and what drives their preferences. In this Forum 2017 video excerpt, Tom Rosholt of Morspace Inc. talks about why utilities need to implement an empathetic approach.
Canadian utilities have an opportunity to educate customers who are interested in home energy management (HEM) on the potential benefits of the smart home, including the ability to monitor and reduce their energy use. Our handy infographic explains which customers to target and how to reach them.
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Customers aren’t receiving the solar information they want from their utilities. Instead, according to our research, they're getting their information from TV, the Internet, and friends. The solar eclipse is a great opportunity to connect with your customers on solar. How are you doing it?