Joy Herbers researches, writes, and edits reports across all E Source services. As the company’s content strategist, she leads enterprise-wide content strategy initiatives. Before teaming with E Source, Joy worked as an editor and copywriter at a business-to-business (B2B) marketing firm whose clients included IBM, SAP, and Cisco. She holds a BA in English with a minor in French from the University of California at Davis.
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Working with builders and developers to incorporate electrification in their new properties can be tricky. Utilities should lean on their account managers to encourage these key customers to enroll in electrification programs and install electric technologies.
It wasn’t a great week for apologies. Just ask Ted Cruz. As Texas and the Midwest recover from power and water outages after a devastating winter storm, it’s a good time to start working on sincere apologies.
Americans are sending 2020 out in a blaze of Christmas-light glory. Compared to last year, they’ve already spent between 10% and 20% more on holiday décor, including lights. We compare incandescent and LED bulbs, explore TRMs for holiday lighting programs, and spotlight some recycling efforts.
It’s clear that utility staff won’t be rushing back to the office any time soon. In the meantime, how do you continue to engage staff at home and help them connect with one another and their managers?
Your customers want to hear from you during the coronavirus pandemic. They want reassurance and they want information. At our April 9, 2020, web conference, three crisis communication experts gave advice on how to talk to customers throughout the coronavirus emergency. Read the highlights.