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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.
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.
Solar Rates: What Do Residential Utility Customers Think?
Adam Maxwell | March 29, 2018
E Source conducted a major market research study in 2015 on US and Canadian residential customer attitudes on utility pricing options, including those related to solar. Check out this infographic to view some of the results
Net-Metering Wars: What Do Customers Think?
Bill LeBlanc | March 29, 2018
The growing popularity of rooftop solar and recent changes to net metering rules are making utilities rethink their approaches to residential rate design.