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[ON-DEMAND WEBCAST] Retooling Your Small Business Energy Efficiency Program for Deeper Savings

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According to NREL, small businesses consume 44% of commercial building energy use.  Yet fewer than 5% have engaged with their utility’s energy efficiency programs.  To accelerate progress toward ever more aggressive carbon reduction goals, forward thinking utilities are taking a fresh look at how to better attract participation from this large and underserved slice of their commercial customer base.  Hancock Software is working with pioneering utilities in California, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Colorado to retool Small Commercial Energy Efficiency Programs for increased implementation of deeper savings measures.  In this webinar, Hancock Software will demonstrate how a utility program administrator can empower trade allies to compel more small business owners to sign on to beneficial carbon reducing energy conservation measures beyond simple lighting and appliance replacements.  Whether you are designing a new program or looking to improve performance of an existing one, you’ll appreciate the innovative and proven techniques and tools that will be demonstrated in this webinar.



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Hancock Software empowers Utilities and their Trade Allies with an energy efficiency retrofit management platform that includes an offline mobile site assessment tool for full ASHREA commercial and residential energy efficiency audits.

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