Seeking Input on Trends in Utility Technology Investments-- Respondents Will Get First Look at Survey Results!

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Vice President of The Power Industry Network, Energy Central

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 Utility Community Members,

An Energy Central Content Partner is conducting a survey around Utility Technology Investments.  Your feedback can help them compile a comprehensive White Paper that will detail the results of this survey.  The survey is estimated to take you about 9 minutes and for your time our partner is offering a Starbucks gift card and they will make sure you will be among the first to receive a copy of the White Paper with the compiled results. Your feedback is greatly appreciated!  

You can take the survey at this link.

** Please only follow this link if you work for a utility.  Starbucks card is only for Qualified Utilities. Thanks! 


In 2020, utilities had to quickly react to new pressures and priorities in the face of the coronavirus pandemic—from moving to remote work to managing bill relief, load shift and so much more.

As we pause to take stock of ‘the new normal,’ some things remain uncertain. However, when it comes to how utilities wish to operate in the future, some things have become quite clear.

What are your utility's priorities and how are those reflected in your planned technology investments? Take the survey.

Get a $5 Starbucks gift card plus a copy of the survey results for completing the survey. (If you cannot accept the gift card for any reason, we can enter you in a drawing for a $100 contribution to your utility’s Energy Share program!)



Thanks for your help!

Audra C Drazga
VP of The Power Industry Network


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