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A Guide to Building a Better, More Cost-Effective Kit Program

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Digital Marketing Manager, Franklin Energy
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  • Oct 1, 2020

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You've built a career around building cost-effective utility programs. You know all about achieving savings and the appropriate technical reference manual for your state. And you know your service territory inside and out—what works and what doesn't. Then 2020 served the nation a curve ball, and now utilities across the country are struggling to engage their customers in cost-effective savings. What may have been the key to savings pre-pandemic just isn't cutting it today. Crisis calls for the ability to quickly pivot from what used to work, to what is working right now.

How can you deliver a touchless program that meets your energy savings goals while remaining customer-focused? Read on to establish the groundwork for building a better, more cost-effective kit program that will perform not just during a pandemic but beyond, too.

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