Breaking Boundaries for Small Business Customers: an Interview with Amy Glapinski of Consumers Energy - [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]
- Feb 14, 2020 6:38 pm GMT
Traditionally, utilities can have the most difficult time in reaching their small business customers with energy savings opportunities. Large businesses have immense financial incentive to pay for energy upgrades and may even have dedicated energy managers, residential customers are simpler to capture and have highly engaged energy-conscious homeowners, but small businesses have fewer resources. However, the sector of small businesses across the country is huge and the opportunity for them to save energy is too important to miss.
As a means of capturing potential efficiencies in this area, Consumers Energy has harnessed the opportunities presented by advanced lighting controls. Ahead of the upcoming AESP 30th Annual Conference & Expo next week, Amy Glapinski, a Senior Program Manager at Consumers Energy, is going to be sharing some lessons she’s learned in these efforts so peers across the industry can take heed. Ahead of her presentation, “Breaking Boundaries: Advanced Lighting Controls for Small Business Customers,” was kind enough to answer some questions I had to give a sneak preview of her presentation as a part of the continuing Power Perspectives™ interview series:
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