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E Source delivers roadmap to overcome major barriers to adoption of electric vehicles
Sannie Sieper | August 25, 2020
This press release describes the research E Source conducted for the Colorado Energy Office. The Colorado Electric Vehicle Education and Awareness Roadmap identifies barriers to electric vehicle adoption and highlights messaging strategies that will help the state overcome such hurdles.
The electrification framework that benefits customers, the grid, and the planet
Kevin Andrews, Gabe Cuadra, Luke Currin, Steven Day, Bryan Jungers, Bill LeBlanc, Ryan Odell, Jay Stein, Tim Stout, Courtney Welch | June 16, 2020
Electrification, or the increased adoption of electric end-use technologies, isn’t a new trend, but the idea is undergoing a renaissance. This time, the focus has significant though nuanced differences from prior waves of electrification. In this report, we present our electrification framework.
The what and why of technology transfer: Redefining success to meet today’s challenges
Bryan Jungers | May 13, 2020
Where do good technologies and program measures come from, and how do we know them when we see them? In this web conference, we’ll discuss environments that nurture innovation and how utilities are fostering them.
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.
Incorporating Emerging Technologies into Your Programs
Bryan Jungers | June 21, 2018
Every new technology must cross the “chasm of death” before it can take off and penetrate the market at scale, according to Brian Barnacle of Energy Solutions. Watch this excerpt from the 2017 E Source Forum to learn more about the difficulties and opportunities associated with market development.
The Fundamentals of Demand Response
Clare Valentine | May 14, 2018
Wondering what demand response (DR) is and whether you should be doing it at your utility? We provide the basics of DR and explain the short- and long-term benefits to utilities and their customers alike.
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Apples and Oranges: Aggregating Data from Electricity-Conservation Programs
Mark Brown, Bryan Jungers, Tim Stout | March 7, 2014
E Source has been collecting information about demand-side management (DSM) program performance to answer powerful questions about the industry as a whole. We're addressing big-picture questions about our industry by taking a data-driven approach to industry analysis and benchmarking.