Utility Survey: Extreme Weather Events & Energy Transition

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Energy Central is conducting a study in partnership with Publist Sapient on Extreme Weather Events & Energy Transition

We know your time is limited, and taking the time to fill out a survey feels like just one more thing on your to-do list. So, we put together a few reasons that we hope will encourage you to spare a few minutes.  First, all responders will receive a detailed white paper that will summarize results like: 

  • Data that will help you benchmark your preparedness to respond to extreme weather events with other utilities.

  • Data to help you assess your transition towards a clean and renewable energy future and benchmark yourself with other utilities.

Also, the first 30 qualified respondents will receive a free copy of the book: Digital Business Transformation: How Established Companies Sustain Competitive Advantage From Now to Next, by Nigel Vaz. And all respondents will be entered into a drawing to win a donation to a charity of their choice. 

THIS SURVEY IS LIMITED TO US UTILITY PARTICIPANTS ONLY and should only take about 6 minutes of your time!

Click here to participate now.


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