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EFX19 Session: Small but Mighty: Uncovering and Leveraging the Unique Strengths of Small and Rural Utilities

Created 5/16/2019 by Carol Lindstrom
Updated 5/16/2019 by Carol Lindstrom
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Small utilities in the Northwest face unique circumstances, and being a small, rural, residential (SRR) utility can often be seen as a barrier or obstacle to success. But what if we flipped this idea on its head?! Instead of barriers, this session focused on identifying the characteristics of being small or rural utility that offer opportunities and benefits to running successful energy-efficiency programs. Panelists shared the beneficial qualities of being a small utility and how they turned these opportunities into success. They also explored new opportunities small utilities can leverage to make their energy-efficiency programs even greater. Nuts & Bolts; Residential, Commercial, Industrial, Agricultural
Posted By: Carol Lindstrom 05/16/19 on 06:42 AM (Pacific Time)

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