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A Guide to Surprising Trends in Energy Efficiency Programs

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Vice President of Product Management Franklin Energy

Danielle establishes a product and solution strategy to drive the development of innovative, competitive offerings on behalf of Franklin Energy. She also governs product and solution development...

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Research indicates that both residential and commercial customers believe that improving energy efficiency in their home or business is the fastest, least expensive, and largest single solution for saving energy and money. However, for many utilities, achieving deep customer engagement seems like an ever-moving target.

Customer preferences are shifting every day. You need innovation, personalization and engagement tools that meet your customers where they are. And while meeting these demands may sound like it requires an overhaul to your portfolio, that's not necessarily the case.

Energy efficiency programs are solutions that benefit both utilities and customers. While they may seem like a no-brainer, utilities are still finding many of their programs aren't meeting energy savings goals. During this time of low-touch and no-touch interactions, it's more important than ever to meet customers where they are. This guide to virtual engagement trends outlines ways to connect with customers and meet their needs.

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