How to pay your utility bill during COVID-19
April 9, 2020 | Lisa Schulte | 6 min read
You’re about to get your first utility bill after one month in COVID-19 confinement. If you think you’re going to have trouble paying it, we have advice on how to make payment arrangements with your utility, enroll in assistance programs, and manage your energy use to avoid debt after the crisis.
Corporate goodwill during COVID-19
April 6, 2020 | Joy Herbers | 2 min read
We’ve been tracking all the goodwill efforts utilities are making to support their customers, their employees, and their communities. It’s inspired us to do the same for utility companies across the US and Canada. During this crisis, our COVID-19 resource center is available to all utilities.
Is your utility ready for coronavirus?
March 12, 2020 | Jeffrey Daigle, Joy Herbers | 5 min read
How should you prepare for the impacts of coronavirus on your call center, your credit and collections policies, and your external communications? You’re used to helping people prepare for disasters, and you’ve seen customer satisfaction improve. Coronavirus is no different. You need to have a plan.
The E Source Podcast: Covering the latest in utility trends, best practices, and critical issues
February 20, 2020 | Jeremy Fischer | 1 min read
New for 2020, E Source is launching its very own podcast! We've taken sessions from our annual conference, the E Source Forum, and turned them into podcast episodes.
What are the pros and cons of electrification in today’s market?
January 22, 2020 | Bill LeBlanc | 2 min read
Electrification is a hot topic in the energy industry and many utilities see it as a means to pursue broader energy, climate, and sustainability goals. Join an in-person training course to ensure your electrification efforts are beneficial.
Electric vehicle EVangelists, keep up the good work!
January 6, 2020 | Ryan Odell | 3 min read
In the past few years, the EV market has evolved from focusing primarily on passenger electric vehicles to comprehensive transportation electrification. Make sure to consider all your options to maximize load growth and emission reductions.
How are utilities reacting to the DOE’s rollback of EISA standards?
December 4, 2019 | Liza Minor | 6 min read
Actions by the US Department of Energy may solidify the delayed implementation of the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA), but the clock is still ticking on the cost-effectiveness and market availability for lighting programs.