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Innovation Showcase: Focus on Omega Grid
Alanya Schofield | December 11, 2018
Don't miss the next presentation in our Innovation Showcase series. Learn about Omega Grid, a blockchain software company that turns any grid into an open and safe marketplace that enables customers and devices of all sizes to earn rewards for changing their energy usage during pricing events.
How to Evolve Your DSM Portfolio in a DER World
Alanya Schofield | September 12, 2018
Learn about the evolution of utility demand-side management programs as they shift from a focus on traditional efficiency to the integration of distributed energy resources. Join this web conference to find out the steps you need to take to successfully navigate this transition.
Key Findings from the 2018 E Source Utility DER Strategy Benchmark
Alanya Schofield | July 17, 2018
The 2018 E Source Utility DER Strategy Benchmark revealed how utilities are innovating, how key program metrics are evolving, and how you can become a trusted energy advisor by offering customers information on distributed energy resources (DERs). Check out our infographic for details.
DER Portfolio Innovation Working Group: Preworkshop Call
Alanya Schofield | October 3, 2018
If you're attending the DER Strategy Working Group Meeting: Driving Innovation in Your Customer Portfolio at the E Source headquarters in Boulder, CO, October 16–18, 2018, you won't want to miss this pre-workshop call. We’ll set expectations for the workshop and share background material.
2018 Utility DER Strategy Benchmark: Key Findings
Alanya Schofield | August 16, 2018
Join us to hear key findings from the E Source 2018 Utility DER Strategy Benchmark, a survey of more than 35 US and Canadian utilities’ current and anticipated future approaches to distributed energy resources.
Innovative residential rate design and pricing: Customer preferences and acceptance
This E Source market research study provides utilities with critical customer insights as they consider changes to residential rate structures and pricing options.