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Alliant Energy offers $25 payments if customers let utility control thermostats

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Lead Customer Product Manager Alliant Energy

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Here is the link to our article to our Smart Hours Demand Response program for residential customers.  

 

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Matt Chester on Jul 25, 2022

Thanks for sharing, Jeff. I'd love for you to follow up and share the participation rates and what you learned from this program. Seems like something a lot of other utilities may be able to learn from. 

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Jeff Adams on Jul 25, 2022

HI Matt.

I could provide additional insight later in the fall after the cooling season has ended. 

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Matt Chester on Jul 25, 2022

Terrific-- looking forward to it!

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Todd Carney on Aug 1, 2022

Thank you for posting this, I am very interested in learning more about how people can be incentivized to reduce energy consumption. Do you think this financial incentive goes far enough? If not, what might be enough?

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