Driving Continual Energy Savings and an Evolving Market: an Interview with Jenna Bentley of Enbridge - [an Energy Central Power Perspectives™ Interview]
- Feb 13, 2020 6:46 pm GMT
While customers have an inherent motivation to minimize wasted energy and optimize their efficiency for the sake of their monthly bills, gaining widespread efficiency from their customer base is also in incredibly important goal to a utility. Similarly, efficiency is often thought of in terms of electric utilities first, but gas utilities have just as much motivation to educate and encourage customers on efficient use of energy.
The technologies, strategies, and roadmaps used to achieve efficiency are constantly changing, meaning a utility organization that’s not reevaluating and pushing forward with its efficiency program is going to quickly fall behind. This need to be forward looking is integral to the work that Jenna Bentley, Residential demand-side management (DSM) Program Design Specialist at Enbridge, is doing. She’s getting ready to share her insights with her presentation “Evolving Whole Home Programs – Driving Continual Savings in a Changing Market” at the upcoming AESP 30th Annual Conference & Expo next week. Luckily for the eager among us in the Energy Central Community, Jenna gave a peek behind the curtain by participating in our Power Perspectives™ interview series:
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