Knowing our trade allies and how they work

Midstream energy efficiency incentive program

Cross-program Trade Ally survey results: program year 2016

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Knowing our trade allies and how they work

Cross-program Trade Ally survey results 2016

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Cross-program Trade Ally survey results 2017

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Knowing our trade allies and how they work

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Cross-program Trade Ally survey results 2017

Cross-program Trade Ally survey results 2016

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The energy industry is evolving, prompted by increasing environmental priorities, new technologies, distributed generation, and new forms of customer engagement. Customer engagement in particular has increasingly become a focus for energy efficiency program managers, both as a way to achieve their savings goals, and as a way to strengthen the utility’s relationship with its customers. Trade Allies provide a direct link to the customer, and are a key channel for delivering cost-effective program benefits. They have a direct connection to the end-use customer and can influence energy efficiency perceptions and decisions. An engaged, equipped Trade Ally network can extend a program’s reach and help achieve program goals—from energy savings to customer satisfaction. Conversely, a disengaged or ill-equipped network can create a barrier to program success.

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Knowing our trade allies and how they work

Cross-program Trade Ally survey results 2016

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Cross-program Trade Ally survey results 2017