Industry Expert Interview: Rebecca Gildiner, Director of Impact Strategy at Sir Kensington’s

Posted by Shaina Kaye on March 26, 2020 at 9:02 AM

Community and collaboration has been a vital part of KSV’s DNA, but in times like these, community means that much more. We are fortunate enough be a part of several communities, allowing opportunities for connection, brainstorming and collaboration to help inspire great work and constant conversation.

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Topics: community marketing, innovation, customer centric, industry expert, content marketing, brand value, sustainability, sustainability marketing, customer trends, BCorp

Business as a Force for Good: B Corp Month Round Up

Posted by Shaina Kaye on March 12, 2020 at 10:05 AM

Between the coronavirus, election season chaos and the ongoing climate crisis, there’s a lot to worry about in the news. In spite of this we find ourselves feeling sobered, yes, but also still cautiously optimistic. A huge part of that feeling is the fact that as a certified B Corporation, we are surrounded every day by businesses fighting back against impending doom and gloom, choosing to make a positive difference in the world and in local communities.

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Topics: customer motivations, B Corporation, round up, climate change, brand value, sustainability, corporate responsibility, social responsibility, sustainability marketing, good energy, company culture, environment, customer trends, BCorp

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

Running on a Full Battery

Posted by Shaina Kaye on February 20, 2020 at 9:00 AM

It’s been a busy start to the year over in KSV-land.

Channeling our innermost Lizzo, our team has pushed full steam ahead, embracing the changes that inevitably come with a new decade and doing so with a sense of endless curiosity and passion for making the world a little better each year.

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Topics: AESP, KSV research, market research, research, energy marketing, renewable energy, grid infrastructure, infrastructure improvement, energy storage, home batteries, consumer research, B2B marketing

Reaching Your Customers in the Do-It-For-Me Era

Posted by Shaina Kaye on February 13, 2020 at 9:49 AM

Money can’t buy happiness. But for today’s consumers, money (and technology) can buy time, and that’s pretty darn close to happiness.

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Topics: customer motivations, customer centric, connected home, personalization, voice technology, thought leadership, B2B marketing, customer trends, on-demand

What Does Your Brand Stand For?

Posted by Team KSV on February 6, 2020 at 12:01 PM

Communicating your company’s commitment to a polarizing topic can bring on paralyzing fear. The idea of taking a firm stance on a cause your brand believes in, especially when your competitors are not vocalizing their own beliefs or making their own commitmentswhether it is climate change; gender equality; diversity and inclusion; fair labor practices; sexual assault; or LGTBQ issuescan feel risky. This is especially true in 2020, with the way that information is consumed and spread at such a rapid pace with one small, vocal commitment having the potential to go viral. 

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Topics: communications, inspiration, brand value, 80x50, sustainability, corporate responsibility, sustainability marketing, Gillette, Disney, National Grid, Creative, environment, thought leadership, Climate Summit, #Dear2119, B2B marketing, in the news

Social Media is Dead.

Posted by Shaina Kaye on January 23, 2020 at 11:58 AM

Not cold, stiff, done dead. Just the way it used to be, dead. It’s no longer this singular platform we seek out to connect with old friends from high school. It’s the way of life. And it has changed every aspect of how we take in the world around us—from how we consume news, to how we market our products or services. If you're ashamed to admit that, based on weekly notifications from your iPhone (thanks, Apple), you’ve spent upwards of 3-4 hours per day on your smartphone, know that you’re probably not alone.

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Topics: communications, social media best practices, content marketing, social media strategy, B2B marketing, twitter

Let Lizzo Guide Your Brand’s Vision for a Successful New Decade

Posted by Tucker Wright on January 10, 2020 at 9:50 AM

Exiting one decade and entering a new era often coincides with reflection and forecasting. 

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Topics: innovation, communications, Uber, social media strategy, Instagram, EnergyWire, in the news

2019. The Year Everybody Shouted for Something.

Posted by Kevin Willard on December 19, 2019 at 9:00 AM
2019. The year my son Max was born. The year lots of babies were born—130 million of them, actually. 130 million little sets of eyes opened for the first time and saw this crazy, cool, frightening, exciting, sad, awesome, strange place all of us call home. Thankfully, infants spend a considerable amount of time sleeping, because 2019 was filled with all types of shouting.  
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Topics: innovation, sustainability, social responsibility, EnergyWire, EV, Creative, Climate Summit, holiday card

EV Customer Research: The Role Utilities Can Play in Advancing EV Adoption

Posted by Shaina Kaye on December 5, 2019 at 9:53 AM

By 2050, there is expected to be a 20-38 percent increase in US electricity consumption, according to the National Renewable Energy Laboratory. A large contributing factor to that increased demand? Electric vehicle adoption.
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Topics: Customer-Centric Marketing, Customer Engagement, customer motivations, utilities, utility communications, Utility Marketing, innovation, customer centric, KSV research, market research, marketing solutions, research, grid infrastructure, utility of the future, strategic electrification, consumer research, EnergyWire, EV

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