All Things Home Batteries: NEW Whitepaper Release and Interview with an Industry Expert

Posted by Dave Treston on March 6, 2020 at 9:00 AM

We’ve done the research, dotted the i’s, crossed the t’s and are delighted to share our latest whitepaper on the homeowner’s perspective on home batteries. The whitepaper includes proprietary research that uncovers average homeowners' thoughts on residential energy storage, opportunities to generate interest in residential battery systems and actionable steps to increase home battery installations. Access it for free here!

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Topics: Customer Insight, customer motivations, utilities, Utility Marketing, customer centric, B Corporation, Green Mountain Power, industry expert, KSV research, market research, research, grid infrastructure, natural disaster, Tesla, utility of the future, energy revolution, resiliency, energy storage, demand response, home batteries, consumer research, solar, energy trends, BCorp, residential energy storage

Commitments, Promises & Innovations: Our Spring Energy Round Up

Posted by Shaina Kaye on March 28, 2019 at 10:45 AM

Here in the northeast, spring has started stretching out before us, and for the first time in what feels like forever, the days are filled with more and more sunshine.

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Topics: innovation, B Corporation, communications, renewable energy, hurricane, natural disaster, round up, electric vehicles, clean energy, climate change, social media best practices, inspiration, 2019, 80x50, sustainability

One Year Later: Reflecting on Maria, Anticipating Florence

Posted by Shaina Kaye on September 13, 2018 at 11:07 AM

As the first anniversary of Hurricane Maria’s aftermath approaches, the United States is bracing itself for yet another dangerous hurricane season. As we write this, Hurricane Florence is making its way to the Carolina coast.

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Topics: customer motivations, utilities, Utility Marketing, future of energy, innovation, customer centric, energy efficiency, marketing solutions, research, energy marketing, renewable energy, hurricane, microgrid, infrastructure improvement, natural disaster

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