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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The more the merrier at E Source Forum 2021

Sara Patnaude
August 26, 2021

Hear what Michael Carter, president of Research and Advisory at E Source, has to say about what he’s looking forward to at the 2021 E Source Forum and why he’s excited about our hybrid (online and in-person) event.

E Source hot topics: Beneficial electrification and bill-relief strategies

Sara Patnaude
August 24, 2021

The E Source Forum is just a mere month away, but there’s still some time left to take advantage of our offer of six complimentary pieces of content. We’re thrilled to wrap up this blog series with what’s been hot this month!

E Source Forum 2021: What to expect at this year’s event

Sara Patnaude
August 17, 2021

We’re ecstatic that the E Source Forum will take place September 28–October 1 in a hybrid format. You may be wondering what to expect at this year’s event so we’ve put together a guide to some of the things you’ll experience—from safety and sanitation to fun and networking.

10 reasons to attend the E Source Forum 2021

Sara Patnaude, Jessica Rife
August 5, 2021

The E Source Forum 2021 is just a little over a month away! We know many of you are also counting down the days until the event, but if you’re still on the fence, here are 10 really compelling reasons why you should join us this year.

Using data science to rethink customer programs: A fireside chat with the Institute for Electric Innovation

Sara Patnaude, Ted Schultz
July 20, 2021

As part of the Thought Leaders Speak Out 2021: Engaging Customers with Technology series, E Source Data Science president Ted Schultz talked about how E Source helped Portland General Electric scale its Peak Time Rebate program.