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What Does the Future of the Utility Industry Look Like?
At the 2019 E Source Forum, we tackled some of the biggest issues facing utilities today, and we invited a few big names to the stage to share their views and, hopefully, spur our utility audience to action with an eye toward the future.
Realizing Resilience: New Perspectives on Delivering Value to Utilities and Utility Customers
Resilience planning and preparedness open up new avenues for you to help customers anticipate and respond to a changing climate. In this Forum session we went beyond the buzzword and discussed how you can recognize and capitalize on opportunities to build resilience among various customer groups.
Who Cares About Climate? Your Customers Do, and They Want You to Care Too
In these videos from our 2019 E Source Forum keynote, Yale's Dr. Anthony Leiserowitz discusses climate change trends, knowledge, attitudes, and more. Then, Xcel Energy's Alice Jackson shared why her utility has committed to an 80% reduction in carbon emissions by 2030 and a 100% reduction by 2050.
Business Customer Interest in Energy-Related Products and Services
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.
What Canadian Customer Insights Does E Source Offer?
Which of your customers want an electric car? What are their communication preferences and online behaviors? The E Source Canadian Residential Customer Insights Center answers these questions and many more. Join this web conference to learn what consumer insights you can access through this tool.
How to Evolve Your DSM Portfolio in a DER World
Learn about the evolution of utility demand-side management programs as they shift from a focus on traditional efficiency to the integration of distributed energy resources. Join this web conference to find out the steps you need to take to successfully navigate this transition.
Breaking Down Barriers to Innovation
E Source hosted over 160 utility innovators in Seattle, Washington, in early April for a conference focused on moving ideas into action. We got the chance to discuss common barriers to innovation and to collaborate with peers on how to overcome those barriers.
The Innovation Imperative: Designing for the New Energy Consumer
Don't miss this one-hour mash-up of the best content from the E Design 2020 conference, delivered by experts from E Source and our partners at Egg Strategy.
With New Programs and Renewable Resources, Xcel Energy Is Ready for the Future
Xcel Energy is a major US electricity and natural gas company with operations in 8 western and midwestern states and millions of customers. We sat down with Jerome Davis—regional vice president for Public Service Company of CO, an Xcel Energy company—to understand more about Xcel's initiatives.
E Source Solar Customer Project
Join us to learn about the E Source Solar Customer Project, a new solution-oriented collaborative that will help utilities develop a robust and comprehensive plan for actively engaging with customers in the solar market.