Steven Day researches distributed energy resources, specifically EVs and solar energy. Before joining E Source, he worked for a wind engineering firm, where he focused on business development, and for a renewable-energy advocacy group, where he promoted solar projects at the local level. Steve holds a master’s degree in political science from Colorado State University and he has a passion for politics and for promoting the protection and conservation of the environment.

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Residential utility customers still have a lot to learn about EVs

Steven Day, Paige Martin Cox
August 29, 2023

Do residential utility customers have a good understanding of EVs, EV programs, and EV technology? If not, what should utilities focus their education efforts on? In this online exchange, we’ll discuss our latest EV survey results and explore how this data can guide your customer education efforts.

Just announced! Take a closer look at the Forum 2023 agenda

Steven Day, Jesse Hitchcock, Liza Minor, Angelica Pereira
July 12, 2023

E Source Forum planning is underway, and we have lots of exciting sessions in store for you! In this post, we describe each topical track and highlight a session from each. Check out the agenda and start planning your personal Forum experience today.

Fleet electrification: Highlights from our latest voice-of-the-utility research

Steven Day
June 29, 2023

Join our webinar to see highlights from the E Source 2023 Fleet Electrification Utility Survey. We’ll cover the latest utility trends, programs, and plans related to nonresidential fleet electrification. You can use this information to help prioritize your fleet electrification initiatives.

Performance-based regulatory strategies to accelerate beneficial electrification

Jesse Hitchcock, Meryl Compton, Bill LeBlanc, Steven Day
March 30, 2022

Are you running into regulatory roadblocks as you pursue beneficial electrification? In this report, we explain how policy changes can help utilities align their electrification goals with societal benefits, like reducing carbon emissions.

How do you design solar programs for low-income customers?

Steven Day
May 4, 2020

Affected by the COVID-19 pandemic and subsequent economic impacts, more people have joined the low- and moderate-income population. You can support these customers by adjusting your solar programs to help them save on their bills.