The Wisconsin Energy Conservation Corporation (WECC) is partnering with energyOrbit to use its cloud-based energy efficiency and demand-side management (DSM) programs, which will allow WECC to provide the latest in modern energy efficiency technology solutions to its clients.
“We are tapping the power of the energyOrbit platform because it’s designed with energy efficiency and DSM operations in mind,” said Mary Woolsey Schlaefer, WECC’s President and CEO. Organizations similar to WECC have realized improved efficiency and DSM operational savings of up to 75% by utilizing such cloud-based programs.
WECC is utilizing features within the energyOrbit platform that allow it to streamline the tracking, analysis, and reporting of energy efficiency and demand-side management programs. As part of the solution rollout, WECC will leverage the new energyOrbit Marketplace portal to enhance customer engagement and increase participation in energy efficiency programs. The energyOrbit Marketplace will provide home and business owners with a simple and intuitive online experience when looking for energy efficiency rebates and incentives.
Powered on the Salesforce platform, the energyOrbit customer engagement solution is designed to provide an integrated user experience to streamline energy audits and free up administrator workloads, resulting in higher focus on articulating and executing program strategy.
Through the execution of energy efficiency programs through the energyOrbit platform, 6.8 million tons of CO2 emissions have been avoided since 2007.
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