Large business customers have huge impacts on utilities and the energy grid because of their size, energy consumption, ability to change markets, and desire to stay competitive. The process of how these customers buy energy and the role renewables play can seem daunting, but our E Source Forum speakers are ready to bring this topic down a manageable size—to a doodle size, in fact.

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When asked to explain the business customer of the future, Kevin Haley of the Rocky Mountain Institute, Heather Mulligan of PSE, and Celina Bonugli of the World Resources Institute drew doodles—from a restaurant-inspired “Corporate Buyer’s Menu” to a high-fiving, energy-buying team. Learn more at the E Source Forum session The Business Customer of the Future on Friday, September 15, at 8:30 a.m., and contact Travis Provin, the session organizer, for more information.

Doodle drawn by Kevin Haley of the Rocky Mountain Institute depicting "The Corporate Buyer's Menu"
Doodle drawn by Celina Bonugli of a corporate buyer working with a utility and a provider

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Associate Analyst, Marketing & Communications

Travis Provin conducts research to help utilities communicate with their business and residential customers. Prior to his role as an associate...