We’ve had a busy month since announcing our most recent expansion in the Pacific Northwest. Now we’re on to the rest of the country! Welcome to our two newest customers, CPS Energy in San Antonio and the Illinois Home Performance with ENERGY STAR program, and to our newest team member, Tom DuBos.
New Energy Efficiency Program Customers
We’re excited to add two new clients to our roster this month.
- CPS Energy: One of the largest municipal utilities in the country, serving the San Antonio metro area, CPS Energy has chosen EnergySavvy’s online energy audit tool to help qualify and engage potential program customers for the CPS Energy Savers program. “EnergySavvy has really exceeded my expectations on customer service and the product itself. We’ve been particularly impressed with how easily customizable the software is to fit the look, feel and business requirements of our program,” said Carla De La Chapa, CPS Energy BetterBuildings Program Manager.
- Illinois Home Performance: A statewide initiative that coordinates numerous utilities and government programs, Illinois Home Performance with ENERGY STAR is one of a wave of new whole-home efforts to drive demand for multiple-measure retrofits in a cost-effective and innovative way. “We’ve been thrilled with EnergySavvy’s responsiveness and technological ability. They’ve genuinely been a pleasure to work with,” said Jamie Peters, Program Manager, Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance, “Our customized EnergySavvy for Programs software was ready to go in only 3 weeks and we are looking forward to our new website generating real results.”
EnergySavvy Adds Key Sales Executive
Industry veteran Tom DuBos brings his experience in the utility industry to EnergySavvy as National Sales Director. In his new role, Tom will be responsible for growing EnergySavvy’s national footprint and working with our utility clients and industry allies.
Tom’s background in utility and energy services spans 23 years, most recently with Apogee Interactive, Inc. as Western Region Business Development Manager. He has worked in the industrial, commercial and residential sectors. He has a wide range of experience including metering systems, key account management programs, and customer web tools and services. He serves on the board of the Association of Energy Services Professionals (AESP), and he’s active in Northwest Public Power Association (NWPPA) and Western Energy Institute (WEI).
“We are thrilled to have Tom join our team,” said Aaron Goldfeder, CEO of EnergySavvy, “His deep experience in online energy efficiency customer web tools and engagement strategies will help EnergySavvy in our mission to bring innovative, engaging and effective tools to home energy efficiency programs.”