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Daniel Merchant Joins E Source as Chief Customer Officer

Posted By Kym Wootton, Monday, February 12, 2018

E Source is excited to announce the hiring of Daniel Merchant as chief customer officer. In this role, Merchant will oversee all aspects of sales and customer success for the organization, which serves more than 300 electric and gas utilities and their partners each year.

The creation of a chief customer officer role at E Source highlights the company’s commitment to fostering a persistent organizationwide customer-first mentality. “We’re thrilled that Daniel has joined the E Source team,” says Wayne Greenberg, E Source CEO. “He has incredible experience as a sales leader, an innovative spirit, and a relentless focus on customers. We’re certain his involvement and leadership will result in a better member experience and a continually improving portfolio of products.”

Merchant is passionate about providing excellent customer service throughout the sales process and beyond. He has more than 30 years of experience in the energy industry, with a specialization in customer recruitment and retention. He held prior executive roles in the areas of customer service and client relations, business development, marketing, and operations at organizations including British Telecom, Green Mountain Power, AESP, CLEAResult, and most recently at his own company, Merchant Client Solutions. Over the past 20 years, Merchant has served as a volunteer and board member for the Ronald McDonald House Charities in Vermont and Texas. He holds a BS in chemical engineering from Clarkson University.

“E Source has an unmatched brand in the utility space, and I’m excited to help build on that already strong foundation,” says Merchant. “I’m looking forward to leveraging my experience and passion to help utilities evolve during this chaotic time in our industry.”

About E Source

For 30 years, E Source has been providing market research, data, and consulting services to more than 300 utilities and their partners. This guidance helps our customers advance their efficiency programs, enhance customer relationships, and use energy more efficiently.

Contact: Kym Wootton, Vice President of Marketing, E Source
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Apogee Interactive Celebrates 25 Years Serving the Energy Industry

Posted By Karen Morris, Thursday, February 1, 2018

Major Milestone of Innovation & Leadership 

As 2018 dawns, Apogee Interactive (AI), Inc. proudly enters its twenty-fifth year of service to the energy utility industry.  Part of that pride emanates from Navigant’s conclusion that Apogee was the most comprehensive energy-modeling software and services platform for customer engagement.  Founded in 1993 with the mission of leveraging new technologies to cost-effectively engage customers, the company today serves hundreds of utilities reaching millions of customers across the United States and Canada.  The proprietary modeling engine powering Apogee’s machine learning and business analytics engine has been RESNET accredited at the accuracy and HERS energy rating levels. 

“Providing utilities with multi-channel, consistent, accurate, and relevant energy information ensures customers stay engaged.” said Susan Gilbert, Apogee’s CEO & Co-Founder.  “Helping customers make better energy decisions positions the utility as a trusted information source.” she added.

Apogee’s name was chosen by its founders for its definition, “being on the edge,” and for the acronym AI, reflecting their pioneering vision for delivering practical and cost effective Artificial Intelligence.  Both have been hallmarks of Apogee’s accomplishments. 

Today, the software platform has grown to include residential and commercial energy analysis applications, personalized daily bill forecasts in a weather paradigm, and outbound communications strategies including energy summary reports, usage alerts, and personalized video bill analysis for utility customers, CSRs, and Field Auditors.  

Capping their quarter century of prolific innovation, Apogee’s two latest offerings are revolutionizing the way utilities interact with customers, leapfrogging the market.  First, the Home Intelligence (HI!) services consisting of devices, communication protocols, software and user interfaces, uses precision temperature monitoring to assess home and system health, communicating back to customers alerting them of impending issues or improved operations.  And their latest, the new Alexa skill for Amazon Echo reaches into the customer’s home providing bill explanation and coaching and personalized energy cost forecasts. 

About Apogee Interactive, Inc.

Apogee Interactive is nation’s leading full-service provider of proactive customer engagement software services for utilities. A partner with the utility industry since 1993, Apogee’s EMPOWER digital engagement platform delivers on-line and outbound proactive, personalized communication to consumers nationwide. The company’s digital reach extends through hundreds of utilities reaching nearly half of US households and businesses, increasing utility customer satisfaction and cutting costs. Apogee’s cloud-based, SaaS platform enables more meaningful customer engagement, proven sustainable energy results, and improved program performance for utilities.

Energy leaders who use Apogee tools include Southern Company (SO), ConEdison (ED), FPL, Lakeland Electric, Jackson EMC, NOVEC, American Electric Power (AEP), NSTAR (NST), PSEG (PEG), and many more. 

For more information visit www.apogee.net or LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/99046/   

Contact: Karen Morris, kmorris@apogee.net , 678-684-6801

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EMI Consulting Appoints Julie Rey as President

Posted By Lisa Perry, Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Global Consulting Executive to Drive Expansion of Company’s “Utility of the Future” Strategic Service Offerings and Market Share

 

SEATTLE, Wash. – January 31, 2018 – Energy advisory firm EMI Consulting today announced it has hired Julie Rey as president. Recognized for her expertise in driving business growth and supervising global consulting teams, Ms. Rey will be responsible for expanding EMI Consulting’s market share, deepening its strategic “Utility of the Future” service offerings, and managing the company’s growing staff.

“We’re pleased to have Julie join our leadership team,” said Rob Bordner, EMI Consulting founder and CEO. “It’s an exciting time for our industry. The nation’s energy future is in the middle of a radical shift driven by unprecedented technological innovation, global climate change, and geo-political uncertainty. We see this as a perfect opportunity for the expansion of our clean energy ‘Utility of the Future’ consulting initiatives. Julie’s leadership will be instrumental during this time of company growth.”

With a twenty-year track record of profitability, premier clients, and consulting bench strength, EMI Consulting is poised to achieve significantly greater success. As president, Ms. Rey will report to CEO Rob Bordner, joining him in defining the company’s long-term strategies and fostering efficient business growth. The creation of this position enables Mr. Bordner to focus on strategic market direction, high-level project conceptualization and design, and new business development.

“I’m excited about working with this visionary and talented team,” said Julie Rey, EMI Consulting president. “The company is well-known for its in-house strategic and analytical talent, depth of industry partnerships, cutting-edge technological expertise, and passion for delivering the best consulting experiences. Being able to lead the company to greater levels of growth is a fantastic opportunity.”

Ms. Rey was most recently vice president and market lead for global management consulting firm North Highland Consulting. Prior to that she held positions as managing director for Strong-Bridge Consulting, vice president/business process improvement for Safeco Insurance, and director/Six Sigma Black Belt for Western Wireless Corporation. She brings expertise in leading companies through substantial growth cycles, designing and streamlining service processes, advancing consulting methodologies for enhanced client experiences, training leaders, and improving profitability. Ms. Rey holds a master’s degree in organizational communication from the University of Washington, and bachelor’s degrees in rhetoric and Italian from the University of California at Davis.

 

About EMI Consulting
EMI Consulting advises electric and gas utilities nationwide on business strategies related to new market opportunities, distributed and renewable energy, energy efficiency, and customer engagement. Founded in 1995, the company is recognized for industry leadership in three key areas: strategy and evaluation, data analytics and modeling, and customer experience research. Headquartered in Seattle, the company also employs staff in Philadelphia, Minneapolis, Portland, and Los Angeles. More information is available at www.emiconsulting.com. 

 

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Media Contact: Angie Min Emerson | (206) 621-1160 | aemerson@emiconsulting.com  

 

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Energy Storage in the Northwest

Posted By Kathleen Humphrey, Thursday, January 25, 2018

Modern grid storage has evolved from dams and pumped hydroelectric storage to large stationary batteries and flywheels, and the conversion of heat or cold in to the form of hot water or ice.  Storage resources, in bulk or distributed form, are being used to smooth the variability of renewable resources, such as wind or solar power, and to smooth the variability of energy loads like interior space heating, ventilation, and air conditioning.

Even though hydroelectric dam storage has dominated the Northwest for many years, newer forms of storage, like battery storage, show significant potential for widespread and common use, especially combined with solar power for grid reliability and resilience. Globally, the focus is on battery systems as they continue to drop in price and hold more and more capacity. This focus is fueling a burgeoning storage market that offers significant capabilities with flexible control operations. Battery storage can be located on a distributed basis almost anywhere—from residential garages to commercial buildings to utility distribution and transmission substations, or even to turbine power plants to provide supplemental spinning reserves. As a result, the values that battery storage bring can be numerous, including allowing consumers a safe, environmentally friendly way to keep the lights on during Northwest storms, reducing a commercial facility’s spikes in demand charges, and meeting the grid’s peak load and oversupply needs.

The excitement and optimism for all forms of energy storage was extremely high and clearly evident among the participants of the Smart Grid Northwest Demand Response & Energy Storage Summit held September 27-28, 2017, in Portland, Oregon.

Download our white paper Energy Storage in the Northwest to learn some of the key topics policy makers and program/project decision makers should consider when looking into storage for an organization and roles storage advocates can play. 

Key topics from the paper include:
•The existing environment for energy storage in the Northwest
•Best practices for planning for storage
•Ways to build the business case for storage
•The balance between value-stacking and maintaining the longevity of battery systems

Download your copy: http://insights.cadmusgroup.com/energystoragenw 

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ENERGY EFFICIENCY EXPERTS OF TOMORROW SCHOLARSHIP NOW OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS

Posted By Jamie Delk, Thursday, December 7, 2017

Franklin Energy is pleased to announce this year’s Energy Efficiency Experts of Tomorrow scholarship program is now accepting applications. The leading national integrated demand side management program implementation firm’s scholarship is open November 16, 2017 and closes February 1, 2018.

As in previous years, the scholarship is open to all juniors and seniors who are currently enrolled at an accredited college or university with a declared major of either environmental science or engineering.

“Franklin Energy looks forward to the opportunity to support the next generation of demand side management experts,” said Kevin McDonough, Franklin Energy President. "These passionate students are crucial to the industry as they develop their skills and prepare to become the industry’s future.”

Four $5,000 scholarships will be rewarded to students selected by a non-biased third party panel. Students can find full requirements and application forms online.

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How to make your customer engagement POP…

Posted By Karen Morris, Monday, November 6, 2017

Today’s customer expects instant everything. Communications from the companies they know and do business with should be personal, timely, and relevant.  Forward thinking marketing and communications professionals also know an integrated marketing approach is most effective. Offering customers a choice through multiple channels gives the customer a sense of control, resulting in improved customer satisfaction and engagement.

Personal, Outbound, and Proactive (POP)

Forbes predicts that by 2020 82% of internet traffic will be video. That is up considerably from the current 69% in 2017. Including video in your communications mix is engaging and fun. Apogee’s personalized bill explanations are seeing extraordinary results with 98% of utility customers wanting to receive these communications regularly. What could be more relevant, and proactive? The videos explain in easy to understand terms why a bill has changed and offers a simple call to action designed for program promotion, surveys or just to encourage web traffic.

Today personalization means more than just adding first names.  Personalization is now defined as personalized content recommendations. Sending threshold alerts to customers demonstrates the power of outbound personalized and proactive communications. Letting a customer know when their bill is nearing a set amount mid-cycle then offering proactive recommendations on how save before the high bill drops. This enables the customer to take steps to manage their usage.

Energy summary reports are another way to engage energy customers with relevant information. In one control group, Apogee emailed summary reports to 40,000 customers. Among the group that received these reports, customer satisfaction increased by 16%.

What could be more relevant and personalized that your bill analysis, energy threshold alerts, or an energy summary report?

Recommendations for Success

1.      Provide information that addresses the customer benefits ahead of desired utility benefits.

2.      Include multiple outbound channels and tactics in your toolkit.

3.      Make customers feel valued by giving them relevant information they need.

 

In a recent study by Forrester, 68% of firms surveyed identified personalization as a priority. The days of sitting back hoping customers will visit your website are long gone as is blasting emails to thousands without targeting. Personal, outbound, and proactive messaging is a must if you want to get customers engaged and keep them engaged.

Digital engagement tools like online audits, video bill explanations, and text alerts are easy ways to communicate relevant, personal information. These should be essential elements of any utilities’ marketing toolkit. 

To learn more about ways to improve your customer engagement visit www.apogee.net or contact Karen Morris at info@apogee.net , 678-684-6801. 

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Apogee Interactive Announces Low Income Behavioral Program at BECC Conference

Posted By Karen Morris, Tuesday, October 17, 2017

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Atlanta, GA (October 17, 2017) Today in Sacramento, Jim Malcom, Apogee Executive Vice President, shared the firm’s new customer engagement solution for low income utility customers at the 8th annual Behavior, Energy & Climate Change Conference.  This growing segment is increasingly difficult and costly for utilities to engage and serve. They tend to be expensive to serve due to the number of times they call, the number of truck rolls associated with service interruptions, and their inability to pay their bills.  As a result, they also tend to be a drag on the customer service scores.

“These customers are not hard to identify, they are hard to engage and influence using traditional methods,” said Malcom.  “Apogee’s service reduces costs and increases customer satisfaction by making these customers aware of how they use energy, how they can control their energy bills, as well as making them aware of the payment options best aligned with how they are paid.”

Apogee’s groundbreaking behavioral solution, EPIC (Engagement Platform for Information and Communication), uses simple, timely, personalized, automated communication methods widely proven effective with the general population and customized to this segment’s special needs.

EPIC is targeted to mobile phone users and employs multiple channels including email, SMS/text, and social media.  The program approach is perfectly suited to the low-income trade allies and community agents including churches, non-profits, and community action agencies. This multi-channel strategy extends the reach and fills the gaps of traditional communication approaches.

According to Susan Gilbert, Apogee CEO, “Lower income customers spend a disproportionately large percentage of their paychecks on energy and create most of the billing and payment inquiries. Apogee customized our time-tested tools to proactively engage and assist these customers, demonstrating their energy provider cares while giving customers a sense of choice and control in their lives.”

Customers learn to manage their energy use, improve the comfort of their homes, and lower their bills, while utilities benefit through increased customer satisfaction and reduced costs to serve.

Contact kmorris@apogee.net for complete details of the presentation and how EPIC is enabling utilities to connect with and better serve their low-income customers.

Apogee Interactive, Inc.

Apogee Interactive is one of the nation’s leading providers of customer engagement software services for the energy industry. Partnering with utilities since 1993, Apogee’s digital engagement platform delivers proactive, personalized communication to consumers nationwide. Apogee’s proven SaaS platform enables more meaningful customer engagement, proven sustainable energy results, reduced operating costs and improved program performance for utilities. For more information, please visit www.apogee.net and follow on Linkedin and Twitter at @apoweb.

 

 

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Personalization and Relevance Achieve Customer Engagement

Posted By Karen Morris, Wednesday, September 13, 2017

Personalization and Relevance Achieve Customer Engagement

Atlanta GA, Today in Denver at the 30th anniversary of E Source’s Forum, with nearly 800 energy professionals registered, Apogee Interactive debuted their latest in a long list of firsts, surprising attendees and generating excitement about new innovative technologies. Energy professionals attending the Forum expect to learn about the latest energy trends and technologies.

Apogee chose this venue to unveil its latest success integrating its proprietary bill analysis algorithms with the Amazon Echo. With Apogee’s technology, Echo’s voice assistant, Alexa, responds to questions like, “Why has my bill changed from last month?” Alexa can now explain impacts such as weather, days of service, rate changes, and other factors related to home operation or behavior like guests in the home or changes to thermostat settings.

Using the same time-tested energy algorithms Apogee uses to power their comprehensive line of residential applications, Alexa pours over a customer’s 13-months of billing history along with weather coincident with the meter-read date and AMI data, when available, to give customers answers to commonly asked questions that can produce calls to the contact center.

Ken Black, E Source Co-Chairman, noted that this year’s registration is the highest in E Source history making it a perfect venue for such a launch.  “Apogee brings something new and insightful to the Forum, and we appreciate their commitment and focus on energy industry issues.”

Personalization continues to be Apogee’s hallmark message for energy professionals as demonstrated by their development of personalized energy summary reports and video bill explanations, all examples of what utilities can easily do to engage customers and build their digital presence.

According to Susan Gilbert, Apogee CEO and co-founder, “Personalization gives the utility an opportunity to be relevant to customers, and relevance causes customers to engage.”

In addition, Apogee demonstrated a new virtual presence device known to Big Bang Theory viewers as “Sheldonbot” or more aptly, “Joelbot,” since the virtual presence was that of the leading innovator in our industry, Apogee’s Chief Software Architect, Joel Gilbert, P.E.

Captivating attention and generating interest as he cruised the crowded aisles meeting and greeting friends and acquaintances, “Joelbot” was a show-stopper.  Conversations were warm and personal as he compared notes and caught up with colleagues he has known and consulted with for more than 30 years in the business.

Apogee Interactive, Inc.

Apogee Interactive is one of the nation’s leading providers of customer engagement software services for the energy industry. Partnering with utilities since 1993, Apogee’s digital engagement platform delivers proactive, personalized communication to consumers nationwide. Apogee’s proven SaaS platform enables more meaningful customer engagement, proven sustainable energy results, reduced operating costs and improved program performance for utilities. For more information, please visit www.apogee.net and follow them on Linkedin and Twitter at @apoweb.

Media Contact: Karen Morris, Apogee Interactive, 678-684-6801, kmorris@apogee.net

 

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IoT Moves to IaaS

Posted By Karen Morris, Friday, September 8, 2017

The hot topic lately has been the Internet of Things or IoT.  And, well it should be since we are moving into a connected world.  But, it seems to me that the words of the great hockey player Wayne Gretsky apply here.  You don’t skate to where the puck is to be great … you skate to where the puck is going!

Few would argue that the small letters “aa” are the key here.  Businesses, including ours, are building software applications that offer services instead of selling the applications directly.  This enables huge reductions in costs and permits fluid improvements that occur in the background of most people’s lives.

But, there are some new and perhaps unexpected twists in this evolution.  Take a look at the following:

  • SaaS Examples: Google Apps, Salesforce, Workday, Concur, Citrix GoToMeeting, Cisco WebEx.

If I gave you the acronym IaaS what would you think the “I” stood for?  Right now, it is infrastructure.

  • IaaS Examples: Amazon Web Services (AWS), Cisco Metapod, Microsoft Azure, Google Compute Engine (GCE), Joyent.

That is where the puck is right now.  Where is it going?  I believe the “I” will very shortly stand for “Information.”  That is what our latest product for low income customers really achieves:  Information as a Service” to those who most need it and who now seldom receive it.

This article was provided by Joel Gilbert, P.E. is Chief Software Architect and Co-Founder of APOGEE Interactive, Inc. To learn more subscribe to Apogee's blog at www.apogee.net/blog

where he personally directs the design and development of energy analysis applications utilizing the highest standards in building science, engineering, operational patterns, weather data and pricing to ensure analytical integrity.

 

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Loyalty Craze in Competitive Businesses

Posted By Karen Morris, Wednesday, August 23, 2017

I noticed the people I met during my Fourth of July week on vacation  in Minneapolis were surprised by my answer to “What brings you to town?”  First there would be a long pause…followed by a laugh and a question like, “Really, you came here on vacation?”

Yes, really!  I’d heard this is the time of year to come, what is referred to as the “Week of Summer” by my Minneapolis friends.  The primary reason for picking Minneapolis for vacation was my 20 year old son has always wanted to participate in a fund raiser for Doctors Without Borders that raises money through a video gaming marathon.  Volunteers speed-run the games and viewers make donations to this worthy charity.

Not being a gamer, I took a tour of the Twin Cities then lost myself for days at the Mall of America, the largest mall in North America and 12th largest in the world.  While it was hard to grasp the enormity of the space and the number of stores, what struck me most as I shopped and dined there was the commitment the retailers had for gaining my e-mail address and enrolling me in their loyalty program.  Every transaction I had included the clerk asking, “what is your e-mail address?”  If I hesitated to give it or questioned their need for it, I was offered some logical reason for giving it, like, “We’ll send you a tracking number so you can…” or “You will receive a coupon for $25 off your next…” or we’ll e-mail you the receipt and warranty information.

In some stores, they offered a discount off my entire purchase in exchange for my contact information, others offered a $5 or $10 reduction in my purchase.  Then there were the loyalty cards and key chain hangers with bar codes for identification and repeat use.  Immediately my e-mail box began filling with offers to engage and sign up for other services.  The ones I opened were the ones personalized to me and obviously relevant to something I cared about and related to what I had purchased at that store.

As I watched the news in the airport on the way home, I heard that Sears and K-Mart have announced more store closings and according to Fortune, even the high end stores like Neiman Marcus are in big trouble trying to compete with online shopping.  Seems like the ones still in the game, certainly the ones at the Mall of America, are banking on customer engagement and loyalty to stem the tide and keep their registers ringing.

The challenge is familiar to us here at Apogee where for 25 years now, we have been helping utilities better serve and educate their customers.  My natural gas provider here in Georgia where gas is deregulated and the marketplace highly competitive, highlights the line item on my bill each month showing what I have earned as a credit for being a loyal customer.  It’s not a lot of money, but it reminds me each billing cycle that they know I have been with them for many years and that they appreciate my business and loyalty.

If you’d like to know more about how other utilities are successfully accumulating contact information and building digital engagement, visit www.apogee.net to learn more or contact us at info@apogee.net

About The Author

Susan Gilbert, CEO, Apogee Interactive, Inc.

Susan Gilbert is Chief Executive Officer and Co-Founder of APOGEE Interactive, Inc. Susan's life-long interest and passion is to educate consumers about energy and energy efficiency -- through utility and educational channels.

Her career is a natural progression of this passion, beginning as a high school physics teacher in Atlanta. She moved on to work for an energy-engineering firm, A&C Enercom, where she helped launch energy audits for businesses across Georgia under a new State Energy Office initiative. Over the next 17 years, she lead A&C Enercom’s sales and marketing operations, building the business from a staff of five in Atlanta to more than 600 employees across the country.

In the early '90s, Susan founded Apogee Interactive with the vision of leveraging technology to more effectively deliver energy information. Today, she leads the company in delivering best-in-class Web-based energy analysis and data presentment applications including Energy Advisor Enterprise, Envoy Outbound Communication, Field Audit Tools, Eco-Stewards, Energy Libraries and a Kid's Korner energy education website, and an eLearning portal for utilities known as Study-Center.com. Through her leadership, the firm, its people and its products, have achieved national recognition for analytical superiority, cutting-edge innovation, and excellence in performance and customer service. In 2017, Susan began a 5-year term as Trustees of Georgia's Developmental Disabilities Ministries (DDM), a nonprofit, charitable corporation serving adults with developmental disabilities and their families.

Susan earned her bachelor’s of science with a major in physics and a minor in mathematics at the University of Kentucky and also her masters in curriculum and instruction from the University of Kentucky. She serves on the board of Smoke Rise Country Club LLC and is active in Smoke Rise Baptist Church as a deacon.

 

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