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Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative adds board members

Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative adds board members

Six new board members join the energy consumer research and education group.
Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative honors consumer-centric utilities at DTECH

Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative honors consumer-centric utilities at DTECH

The Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative (SECC) announced the recipients of the 2020 Best Practices Awards at the 2020 Consumer Symposium, hosted at DISTRIBUTECH International. The awards, now in their third year, highlight successful programs, products and strategies from electricity providers in six categories, including the new SMB Engagement Award.
Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative names new board member

Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative names new board member

The Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative said Wednesday it has named Allconnect's Rob Caiello to its board of directors
SGCC Makes Name Change to Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative

SGCC Makes Name Change to Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative

The Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative (SGCC) announced that it will officially become the Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative (SECC), effective immediately.
Study finds more than 33% of US households unable to enjoy energy efficiency gains

Study finds more than 33% of US households unable to enjoy energy efficiency gains

National study from the Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative details how electricity providers and other stakeholders can better serve renters
DISTRIBUTECH International announces Host Utility, partnerships to support the industry’s navigation of the energy transition

DISTRIBUTECH International announces Host Utility, partnerships to support the industry’s navigation of the energy transition

DISTRIBUTECH International, the leading annual transmission and distribution event, is pleased to announce its Host Utility Oncor, as well as partnerships with the California Energy Storage Alliance (CESA), Forth, Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative (SECC) and Vehicle-Grid Integration Council (VGIC), for its 2022 event taking place Jan. 26-28 in Dallas, Texas. DISTRIBUTECH will be co-located for the first time with POWERGEN International, the world’s […]
SECC releases new fact sheets to help utilities educate their customers about the smart grid

SECC releases new fact sheets to help utilities educate their customers about the smart grid

Compared to just a decade ago, today’s energy consumers have access to more electric rate plans, utility programs and services, and data-driven insights than ever before. The “Exploring Your Power Options” fact sheet explains in an easy-to-understand manner what goes into electricity pricing and provides examples to help consumers understand time-of-use rates, peak-time incentives and more.
Personalization is key to unlocking the smart energy future

Personalization is key to unlocking the smart energy future

SECC’s research shows that consumers expect personalized rate and cost recommendations before making changes and enrolling in new rates and programs. Utilities that have followed this path and employed rate engine solutions to generate cost analysis data have seen promising results.
Survey reveals low-income consumers need financial help to engage in smart energy

Survey reveals low-income consumers need financial help to engage in smart energy

Today, the Smart Energy Consumer Collaborative (SECC) released a new report that sheds light on lower-income consumers’ behaviors, attitudes and values on energy efficiency, smart home technology, renewable energy, their electricity providers and climate change. The “Understanding Lower-Income Consumers and the Smart Energy Future” report was developed from an online national survey administered to 1,000 consumers across the U.S. in […]
Smart meters giving Missouri customers incentive to save energy during peaks

Smart meters giving Missouri customers incentive to save energy during peaks

Evergy and Ameren Missouri are both rolling out optional time-of-use rates to customers as they install smart meters.  Missouri’s two major electric utilities are introducing programs that give customers an incentive to save energy during peak hours when power is often dirtier and more expensive. Evergy and Ameren Missouri’s new time-of-use rates offer customers different rates depending on the time […]