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E Source Forum 2022
September 13, 2022
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E Source Forum 2021
September 28, 2021
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E Source Announces Winners of the 2017 Utility Ad Awards Contest
Kym Wootton | September 15, 2017
This press release announces the winners of the 2017 E Source Utility Ad Awards Contest.
Filomena Gogel Joins E Source as SVP of Consulting
Kym Wootton | September 7, 2017
This press release announces the hiring of Filomena Gogel as senior vice president of E Source Consulting Solutions.
The Innovation Imperative: Designing for the New Energy Consumer
Bill LeBlanc | August 10, 2017
Don't miss this one-hour mash-up of the best content from the E Design 2020 conference, delivered by experts from E Source and our partners at Egg Strategy.
Using Segmentation to Personalize Low-Income Program Outreach and Increase Participation
July 25, 2017
We recently completed research into New England's low-income population. Read a summary of our findings and some suggested next steps for improving outreach efforts and boosting participation.
E Source Innovation in Customer Design Awards
Learn more about the E Source Innovation in Customer Design Awards.
Social Media: An Omnichannel Pillar
Jeffrey Daigle | August 17, 2017
Social media has become a new cog in the omnichannel experience wheel. Join this web conference, part of our "Innovations in ..." series, to learn about customer preferences, channels, and social media as well as how your social platforms can become an integral part of your channel strategy.
E Source Forum: A Compilation of Insights from 2016
Lindsey Carter | February 13, 2017
In September 2016, utility professionals from all over the US and Canada gathered in Denver for the E Source Forum. We gathered insights from Forum sessions, attendee tweets, and participant comments and compiled them here.
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Customers Who View Their Utility as Supportive of Solar Energy Report Higher Satisfaction
Sarah Hutson, Rachel Cooper | December 7, 2016
Customers who see their utility as solar-supportive of solar energy are more likely to give their electric provider an excellent rating. You may ask yourself how this shakes out among various groups of residential customers. This infographic highlights attributes of those who give high ratings.