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How to improve your midstream and upstream programs
Do you help utilities design and implement midstream and upstream demand-side management programs? Our reports outline actionable advice on how you can improve your offerings to utilities.
How to improve your midstream and upstream programs and adjust them amid COVID-19
Midstream programs promise utilities a cost-effective, customer-centric approach to achieving energy savings, but these programs aren’t without their challenges. Join us for this public web conference where we’ll discuss popular and promising measures, top-performing program designs, and more.
What Measures Are Moving Up the Stream?
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.
Next generation of gas savings: Program strategies and emerging technologies
Join E Source as we dive into some of the most promising strategies and technologies to maintain portfolio savings that we're seeing emerge in the gas demand-side management space. This web conference is part of the E Source Next Generation of Energy Savings series.
Sending your DSM measures upstream
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.
Redesigning Your Residential Portfolio: Highlights from the 2019 E Source Next-Gen Residential DSM Workshop
Couldn't make the 2019 E Source Next-Gen Residential DSM Workshop? Now's your chance to catch up on key highlights from the event. In this web conference, we'll discuss trends such as innovative and promising solutions to revamp your electric and gas residential demand-side management portfolio.
Swimming Upstream: When DSM Programs Can Benefit from Upstream Incentives
Upstream and midstream DSM programs work best when administrators can leverage a smaller per-unit incentive across total sales of an eligible measure. This report outlines when a measure is a good fit for upstream DSM approaches and why administrators should consider these channels.