Great Work Energy offers a flexible slate of services and solutions for Energy Programs

Energy program administrators and implementers.

You run programs that influence businesses and market actors to drive clean energy adoption and meet goals. We understand that you are faced with high complexity, conflicting expectations, rapid change and capacity constraints in your own organizations.

For this group, which includes utilities, nonprofits, government agencies and the contractors who work with them, we support the development and implementation of high impact energy programs for businesses. We also provide staff training and other capacity-building support for energy program administrators and implementers, and offer facilitation services for meetings and other events.

We work independently with your staff or team with other consultants on larger projects, offering services such as:

  • Planning, strategy and development of major new initiatives or programs targeting industrial, agricultural and commercial businesses.
  • Small, targeted projects to improve existing programs, such as streamlining program processes or optimizing program structures, target market research and development, expansion of contractor networks, outreach and customer engagement and development of new tools or information.
  • Planning, facilitation and other support for convening internal and external meetings and events, such as advisory groups, stakeholder engagement, participant workshops and strategic planning processes.
  • Preparing and presenting staff training, workshops and retreats in introductory and advanced topics related to clean energy markets, policies and programs, customized for your needs.

For these clients, we offer expertise in program design and strategy; program development; program management; resource acquisition; market transformation; federal and state energy policy analysis; energy efficiency; custom projects; distributed energy resources; combined heat and power; strategic energy management; demand response; demand management; energy analysis; energy information; and measurement and verification.