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E Source Forum 2019 Speaker Interviews
January 8, 2020
Did you miss the 2019 E Source Forum? Or did you go but missed a session or two? Watch these short video interviews of some of the Forum 2019 speakers to learn more about the technology, DSM, marketing, communications, CX, account management, and distributed energy topics they covered.
What utilities can do to positively affect their communities post-COVID-19
Jeffrey Daigle | April 21, 2020
It’s time for utilities to start planning for business post-COVID-19. You’ve already responded quickly to the COVID-19 crisis, and are continually promising the safe distribution of electricity, natural gas, and water into customers’ homes and businesses. But what should you do now?
What’s your utility doing for customers, employees, and your community during COVID-19?
Joy Herbers | April 10, 2020
We’re tracking utilities’ responses to COVID-19. You’ve been doing a lot to communicate with, protect, and support your customers, employees, and community. You’re moving fast and we’re missing some admirable efforts. Add your goodwill to this public spreadsheet. And see what your peers are doing.
What Does the Future of the Utility Industry Look Like?
Wayne Greenberg | December 11, 2019
At the 2019 E Source Forum, we tackled some of the biggest issues facing utilities today, and we invited a few big names to the stage to share their views and, hopefully, spur our utility audience to action with an eye toward the future.
Partnering with business customers who are going renewable
Devin Fink | November 13, 2019
Utilities have to figure out how they can best help their largest business customers achieve sustainability, renewable, and clean energy goals. After our 2019 Forum panel discussion, we talked to Chris Conrad from Xcel Energy to learn more about the utility’s efforts.
Who Cares About Climate? Your Customers Do, and They Want You to Care Too
Bill LeBlanc, Wayne Greenberg | November 21, 2019
In these videos from our 2019 E Source Forum keynote, Yale's Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz discusses climate change trends, knowledge, attitudes, and more. Then, Xcel Energy's Alice Jackson shared why her utility has committed to an 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030 and a 100% reduction by 2050.