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Posted Date
Monday, April 10, 2017

With all the other things that compete for homeowners’ time and attention, programs that simplify the upgrade process for customers and streamline processes are the ones that get results. Programs can encourage and motivate action by making participation straightforward and easy and providing energy advisors to walk customers through the process.

Following are a few examples of programs that kept it simple by making participation easy for customers. Read more about how these programs  in the Better Buildings Residential Program Solution Center:

Minimize Steps, Maximize Benefits

Enhabit, formerly Clean Energy Works Oregon, provided a one-stop process to guide customers through the four steps to an upgrade: apply, assess, finance, and transform. Enhabit kept the process simple by automating its internal project tracking system.

Overcome Information Overload

RePower Bainbridge created a consumer-friendly guide that aggregated all the utility and non-utility incentives for energy upgrades in order to simplify the choices available in its service area.

Help Customers Make Informed Decisions

In Boulder County, Colorado, energy advisors were key to EnergySmart’s strategy to streamline the upgrade process and help customers complete upgrades. Energy advisor services included installing low-cost measures; reviewing the assessment report and work scope; and assisting with contractor selection.

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Discover more insights on how to keep programs simple for customers and contractors by visiting the Program Design & Customer Experience handbook for step-by-step instructions and program examples.

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