Sara Patnaude is responsible for the E Source blog, case studies, and all other marketing collateral. Prior to joining E Source, Sara was the content and event specialist for Energy Federation Inc. (EFI) where she led the strategy for the blog, social media, and collateral. She also planned logistics for EFI’s presence at all conferences and events. Sara graduated from Framingham State University in Massachusetts with a BA in English and communications.
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Looking for ways to boost customer adoption of electrification technologies? In this blog post, we explain which residential customer personas are likely to buy electrification technologies and how to address their top motivations and barriers through targeted messaging.
Batteries are playing a huge role in the global energy transition and are growing at a record rate. But how will this affect utility programs? This is all part of a macrotrend we’re keeping an eye on and have been referring to as batterification.
While still a new concept to some, more and more utilities are offering battery storage programs to their customers as market opportunities grow. So, what kinds of programs are these utilities offering and how are they getting customers on board?
As behind-the-meter battery programs become more established, utilities are wondering how their peers are structuring consumer incentives. Check out this blog post for insights, courtesy of a panel session at the E Source Forum 2021.
Utilities typically install advanced metering infrastructure (AMI) to reduce operational costs. But AMI can also enable or enhance demand-side management (DSM) programs. Here’s the inside scoop on six DSM programs that benefit from AMI.