Company Overview of E Source Companies LLC
E Source Companies LLC provides research and advisory services for utilities and other energy providers, product manufacturers, and energy service companies. The company also offers energy-efficiency services for corporate energy managers, business energy advisory services, market studies, benchmarking services, and technical information with practical case studies and application guidelines. In addition, it provides services in the areas of utility customer satisfaction, program design, marketing, customer management, and sustainability; Residential Customer Insights Center, a database that helps utilities to gather information about their customers' energy use, behavior, and attitudes towa...
1745 38th Street
Boulder, CO 80301
Founded in 1986
Key Executives for E Source Companies LLC
Chief Executive Officer and Director
Senior Director of Strategic Accounts and Director
Director of Utility Customer Care Service
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
E Source Companies LLC Key Developments
E Source Announces Management Changes
May 21 14
E Source announced that its board of directors has appointed former president Wayne Greenberg as chief executive officer and member of the board, effective immediately. Greenberg will succeed Michael Shepard, who has led E Source since 2006. Greenberg is a successful entrepreneur with nearly 20 years of experience focused on energy and clean technology. He served as an advisor to EnerTech Capital Partners for the past 15 years, sitting on a number of boards and acting as CEO to several of the organization's portfolio companies.
E Source Announces Availability of the Energy Efficiency Predictor
Apr 9 14
E Source has announced the availability of the Energy Efficiency Predictor (EE Predictor), a business customer segmentation solution that will help utilities predict who's most likely to participate in their efficiency programs and then prioritize their efforts based on a customer's energy-saving potential. EE Predictor's insights about business customers will enable utilities to improve their EE portfolio development, program design, and marketing planning in a cost-effective and meaningful way. EE Predictor categorizes business customers into energy-specific sectors and points to opportunities for implementing efficient technologies. Participating utilities will receive unique data at the individual business site level as well as a custom report identifying exactly who to target, giving program architects and managers a tool for predicting energy-saving potential in their service territory. By better understanding their customers, utilities will be able to more effectively allocate marketing resources and to develop strategies that make sense for business customers.
E Source Launches DSM Insights
Oct 31 13
E Source has launched DSM Insights, an interactive industry intelligence platform that provides utilities and their partners with aggregated demand-side management (DSM) investment and performance data. DSM Insights draws its information from hard-to-find source documents, such as public utility commission filings, and makes the data easily accessible to help utilities maximize their return on investment. Using the tool, utilities can explore and compare portfolio- and program-level data on spending, savings, cost-effectiveness (cost per kilowatt-hour, per kilowatt, or per therm), participation, performance (planned versus actual), and more. This E Source tool will help utility DSM departments benchmark themselves against other utilities in virtually all areas of program performance as well as provide best practices for improving cost-effectiveness. Consultants and implementation contractors that support utility DSM efforts can use this powerful platform for market intelligence and business development purposes. The scope of aggregated data in DSM Insights includes: Information on electric and gas utility-funded energy-efficiency, load management, and renewable energy programs - A detailed breakdown of program-level spending -- including incentives, marketing, and delivery -- and impacts, as measured in kilowatts, kilowatt-hours, therms, and number of participants - A list of the top 100-plus program administrators, accounting for more than 80% of industry spending - Original source documentation, allowing users to gain context and additional details by jumping directly to a page in a PDF document, for example, where specific program data is located - Coverage of both planned and actual (reported and evaluated) program performance.
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