Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) December 17, 2013
A free digital e-book, exclusively designed for demand response and energy efficiency consumer engagement program managers at energy utilities, has been introduced by NTC, an award-winning content provider that works with power companies across the United States. The new e-book, “7 Strategies to Power Up Your CFO’s Support – How to Get Money for Your DSM Program,” is now available online for utility staff to access on desktops, tablets and mobile devices at http://www.ntccorporate.com/7-strategies. The e-book helps DSM managers establish a solid business case that will capture the attention of their utility’s CFO and ultimately mobilize funding support for the utility’s consumer engagement programs.
“We understand that DSM program managers are often in a tough spot,” said e-book author Ward Eames, president of NTC. “Consumer engagement and participation is necessary to achieve the energy usage reduction levels imposed by public utilities commissions throughout the United States. But, without proper funding, DSM managers are tasked with chasing goals that are unattainable. If you’re responsible for consumer-facing demand response programs, you must get a copy of this strategy guide.”
The e-book offers practical advice to help DSM program managers overcome common funding hurdles, and challenges them to look outside the utility industry to learn from best practices in corporate marketing. To get your free copy of NTC’s new e-book, “7 Strategies to Power Up Your CFO’s Support,” visit http://www.ntccorporate.com/7-strategies and enter your full name and email address.
NTC is an award-winning educational content provider for utilities that need to engage, educate and motivate consumers, students and their families. NTC offers a full-range of unique, turnkey education programs for energy efficiency and demand response marketing. NTC has worked with Duke Energy, Florida Power & Light, American Electric Power, Wisconsin Public Power and Southern California Edison.
About Ward Eames, Founder and President
Since 1978, utilities and other companies have used NTC’s engagement strategies to enhance their reputations and visibility in the communities they serve. Under Ward’s supervision, NTC has advanced the art of teaching through live theatre, turning NTC into the largest educational touring theatre company in the country.