Brenna Raeder collects and processes data for E Source tools and answers Ask E Source questions about demand-side management (DSM). She started as an intern updating E Source DSMdat. Before joining E Source, Brenna worked as an intern at Eco-Cycle researching and writing about state policies that could create new markets for recycled materials. Brenna received a BA in economics with a minor in English literature from Denison University.

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TE Insights: A new data tool to help solution providers grow their utility transportation electrification business

Michael Hartnack, Brenna Raeder
May 30, 2023

To help solution providers find and capture new business and understand utility transportation electrification (TE) programs, spending, and rates, we created E Source TE Insights, a tool that organizes data from utility TE plans, EV-specific rates, and customer rebates into an easy-to-use platform.

An effective TE plan is within reach for utilities

Jesse Hitchcock, Brenna Raeder
January 18, 2023

Utility transportation electrification (TE) efforts face a variety of challenges. We recently held a webinar to dig into what’s working, what isn’t, and what research can help utilities build a TE plan. We pulled together some of the highlights from our event in case you missed it.

Why it’s crucial to incorporate equity into transportation electrification plans

Liza Minor, Ben Nathan, Jesse Hitchcock, Brenna Raeder
September 28, 2022

Transportation is electrifying across the US and Canada, and electrification plans need to benefit all customers. Find out why it’s important to incorporate equity into your transportation electrification plan and manage the grid impacts of EVs.

TE Insights: A new tool for tracking transportation electrification plans, programs, and spending

Brenna Raeder
September 7, 2022

Utilities are preparing for a rapidly changing transportation electrification (TE) landscape. To help the transformation, we created E Source TE Insights, a database of TE programs, plans, and spending. In this blog post, we explain how the tool works and the kind of information you can find in it.