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EFX15 VIDEO: Building the Next Generation Trade Ally Network: Innovative Strategies for Success

Created 4/29/2015 by Ben Fowler
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This is a video recording from the 2015 Efficiency Exchange conference held in Portland, OR at the Oregon Convention Center April 21-23. 

Presenters:
Andrew Shepard, Energy Trust of Oregon
Courtney Hellem, Puget Sound Energy
Steve Coleman, PNW Lighting and Electrical Services
Susan Scott, Revival Energy

Moderators:
Maria Murphy, NEEA

It’s no mystery that successful trade allies lead to successful utility incentive programs. Trade allies promote, design and install the energy efficiency projects that help utilities meet their savings goals. This session will provide a brief overview of some innovative trade ally network approaches, as well as Q&A with some allies to get their perspective on being part of a network. Come learn how these networks have helped trade allies grow their business as well as some of the challenges that they face.

Building the Next Generation Trade Ally Network Innovative Strategies for Success from NEEA on Vimeo.

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