As a data analyst on the Customer Energy Solutions team, Liza uses E Source’s tools and databases to report the latest program trends and provide best practices in program design. Liza focuses on helping utilities design cost-effective programs and identify the next generation of energy savings. Liza previously worked at Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corp., where she used geographic information systems to perform customer segmentation for energy-efficiency programs. Liza earned an MS in urban and regional planning, BAs in political science and international studies, a minor in Spanish, and a certificate in sustainability from the University of Iowa.
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Earlier this year, a Midwest utility hired E Source to provide a detailed understanding of utilities that have reached or exceeded a minimum of 2% in annual savings from energy-efficiency or DSM programs over the past few years. Read on to learn more about our benchmarking solutions and tools.
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How can empathy mapping help DSM program planners and managers meet customer needs? By putting them in their customers' shoes. At the 2017 E Source Forum, we hosted an empathy-mapping mini-workshop. Check out this infographic to feel like you were there!