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Just got this email:
We met briefly a few years ago at the GasNetworks
training event in Massachusetts. I work for the Consortium for Energy
Efficiency, a not-for-profit that works with rate payer funded energy
efficiency programs (mostly utilities) to advance
energy efficiency for the public good. My specific area of focus is
natural gas efficiency – so I work a lot with heating and water heating
efficiency programs. I find your email newsletter and your books very
helpful to my work and fun to read.
I am writing to you because one of the big
challenges we face is figuring out how to get more highly efficient
water heaters on the trucks of installers and on the shelves at
distributors. We’re trying to figure out what program administrators
can do to encourage wider availability of highly efficient residential
water heaters. We’re doing this lately by trying to talk to as many
distributors and contractors as we can, but they’re hard to find.
Specifically, we’re looking for distributors and contractors
who want to offer added value to their customers through energy
efficiency and who have some feedback for utilities about how they’re
doing delivering rebate and incentive programs.
If you know of any individuals or companies that
fit that description, would you pass this email message on to them? If
they’re interested in participating in a conference call in which they
talk with utilities and water heater manufacturers
they can reach out to me directly at 617-337-9262 or at
Kara Rodgers, Senior Program Manager
Consortium for Energy Efficiency
Working Together, Advancing Efficiency