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How are utilities scaling their low-income programs?
Kate Merson | January 21, 2020
Utilities often work with local Weatherization Assistance Program partners to reduce low-income program costs, but they become frustrated when these partners leave money on the table. Here we highlight strategies for scaling up utility low-income offerings and reaching these customers.
What Measures Are Moving Up the Stream?
Brysen Daughton | October 16, 2019
In 2018, E Source performed a comprehensive review of the midstream and upstream demand-side management market. Find out what program types are suitable for the midstream and upstream market and gain insights to implement at your utility.
Energy in the Context of Low-Income Customers' Lives: Insights from E Design 2020 Ethnographic Research
Adam Maxwell | November 21, 2019
Low-income customers have a lot on their plate, and they're not thinking about (and often don't know about) the energy-related services utilities can offer them. Through this web conference, you'll encounter video and audio clips of low-income customers talking about their energy challenges.
Upstream program designs for different DSM measures
Brysen Daughton | August 20, 2019
Utilities are under increasing pressure to deliver cost-effective demand-side management (DSM) programs. Because of this, midstream and upstream programs have proliferated. Find out which new measures are making waves in the midstream DSM market and learn how to move your measures up the stream.
The DSM trends utility executives think you should know about
Gabe Cuadra | August 13, 2019
Twice a year, we host the E Source Demand-Side Management Executive Council, where DSM utility executives come together to share innovations, discuss challenges, and solve problems. Here we present our top takeaways and trends from the spring 2019 meeting.
Best practices for cost-effective DSM programs
Liza Minor, Kevin Andrews | January 12, 2018
It can be difficult to maintain program cost-effectiveness in a postlighting world. To help you learn how to build lasting cost-effectiveness, we identified best practices for four core program types as part of our series on the "Next Generation of Energy Savings."