Small and midsize businesses (SMBs) account for >85% of all non-residential accounts, yet this customer segment is often missed by standardized, one-size fits all programs that fail to meet their unique, ever-changing needs. Today, SMB customers are seeking personalized programs, tailored recommendations, and adaptable virtual communications. Power TakeOff can help. By focusing on low and no-cost energy saving actions, without the burden of on-site visits, program costs, and enrollment paperwork, the Virtual Commissioning™ (VCx™) Energy Efficiency Program delivers an exceptional customer experience with proven results. Best of all, under a Pay-for-Performance model, Power TakeOff is exclusively paid (100%) on only kWh, kW, and/or Therm savings achieved.
Of participants have less than 100 kW peak demand
& Net to Gross
Of participants have no prior DSM participation, up from 70% in 2019
Average 18.4% annual consumption reduction per participant
Median 15.7% annual consumption reduction per participant
Outreach Response rate on >15,000 unique account engagements
C&I: Customer Engagement & Marketing
In 2020, the Midwest Energy Efficiency Alliance (MEEA) awarded its Inspiring Efficiency Innovation Award to ComEd. As the program creator and manager, Power TakeOff first launched the VCx™ Energy Efficiency Program in ComEd’s Illinois service territory starting in 2016.
Hear from Bryan Baier, Director of Facilities at Homer School District as he shares his experience with the Virtual Commissioning™ (VCx™) Energy Efficiency Program; which helped his district create savings at seven different building sites.
The Energy Advisor remains in contact with the facility to answer questions, coordinate across sites and monitor savings persistence over time.
Advanced M&V regression modeling with hourly and daily interval data allows Power TakeOff to confidently identify savings opportunities as low as 3% of annual consumption.