Browse more specific topics in this category
Most recent content on this topic
Business Customer Interest in Energy-Related Products and Services
Lane Ginsbern, Daniel Doutre
In an increasingly competitive marketplace, it's imperative for utilities to generate revenue by offering additional products and services to business customers. In this report, we analyze data from our Gap and Priority Benchmarks to identify business customers’ interest in a variety of offerings.
3 ways EISA could play out, and how you can prepare
Liza Minor | November 29, 2018
Wondering how and when the US Department of Energy will likely implement new lighting standards from the US Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007 (EISA)? You're not alone. We've partnered with NEEP to help you prepare your portfolio for these changes and deal with the lingering uncertainty.
The future of farming: Current developments in indoor agriculture
Bryan Jungers | July 26, 2018
Farmers are increasingly moving their operations indoors. From vertical farms in urban environments to warehouses full of cannabis or fully automated greenhouses, agriculture as we know it is being revolutionized. Come learn more about the current developments in this exciting industry.
History of lighting: How technological advances and federal regulations shaped the bulb
Monali Mujumdar | April 10, 2018
Since Thomas Edison's incandescent lamp became commercially available more than a century ago, technological advances and federal regulations have shaped lighting's path. Our infographic shows you the journey, including major milestones, where the market is now, and where it's headed.
5 Technologies and Trends That Caught Our Attention in 2017
Essie Snell, Monali Mujumdar, Andrea Salazar | March 26, 2018
Each year, the E Source tech team compiles a list of the technologies and trends that made waves that year. For 2017, our list includes whole-home renewable energy systems, lighting's role in DSM portfolios, M&V 2.0, CTA-2045, and advanced controls for small and midsize businesses.
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."
Cracking the Code of Controlled-Environment Agriculture
Bryan Jungers, Kevin Mayer | June 16, 2017
If you’re interested in controlled-environment agriculture, you won’t want to miss this web conference. We’ll discuss the technical challenges this sector presents and the best value proposition utilities can provide to customers.