Earlier this month, A Better City convened with longtime partners CustomerFirst Renewables to discuss the importance of current market realities and shared proactive strategies for management of energy spending for organizations to reduce costs and limit budget uncertainty. We were thrilled to have Bob Griffin, Vice President
Business Development, David Rissmiller, Vice President Wholesale & Retail Energy Services, and Win Sheffield, Senior Engagement Manager, Client Service & Innovation join us for the program.
During the one hour dialogue, CustomerFirst Renewables covered:
• Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) community solar program
• Massachusetts Clean Peak Energy Standard (CPS) with onsite battery storage
• Understanding and eliminating inefficiencies in retail energy supply (electricity and natural gas)
The program ended with a thought-provoking Q&A section led by Executive Vice President, Kate Dineen. Though CustomerFirst Renewable's program is limited to large scale organizations, the program was found to be useful across many of A Better City's members.