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Art Christianson Talks About How The Home Depot Works With Utilities on EE

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As the Senior Manager of Utility and Government Rebates at Home Depot, Art recognizes the value of efficient items to their consumer base. The Home Depot partners with over 100 utilities across the country to help enhance energy efficiency programs.

Top 3 PROs-pectives from the Pros:

- The Home Depot partners with utilities and is looking for more partnerships, as a way to drive products into the hands of consumers
- Supporting utilities can be challenging, as each one is different. We want to be the partner that is the easiest to work with in the space
- The Home Depot makes a commitment to its customer base to be convenient and valuable and that promise extends to the partnerships it offers

 

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Matt Chester on April 19, 2019

The Home Depot partners with utilities and is looking for more partnerships, as a way to drive products into the hands of consumers

Now that's a takeaway for the EC community if I've ever heard one..

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