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Independent Research Presented by Aclara at AESP Conference Proves Online Analysis Spurs Behavior Changes and Conservation

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. Jan. 19, 2011


Matthew Albrecht

Arizona Arizona


  • Level one profiles a customer’s heating and cooling system
  • Level two includes an appliance inventory and additional details
  • Level three takes into account even more specific information about the customer’s home energy usage, including water heating and weatherization


Tom Stathos

"With savings of up to 4.8 percent for customers who regularly come back to the application, we have engaged our customers and they are now making informed decisions about saving energy and reducing consumption," he added. "More than 10 percent of our 1.4 million customers log onto our online Energy Analysis tool regularly."

The Opinion Dynamics’ survey looked at 570,000 records, but reported only on consumers who completed their highest level of audit in a single day to allow for an accurate comparison of savings at each level.

Karen Flathers

The model used in the study compared customer consumption prior to participating in the energy analysis, looking for decreasing usage after completion of the analysis. It also compared individual to group usage and took into account weather and seasonal factors.

For media inquiries:

Nancy E. Talley

Marketing Communications Manager


[email protected]

Michael O. Wood

Senior Manager – Corporate Communications


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