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Utility Customer Systems for Landlords: System Requirements for Utilities to Deliver Information and Tools Landlords Need

A look at best practices for the optimization of utility landlord portals as part of their customer-face website

Building owners need modern, online tools from their utilities. We describe here why utilities should make a Landlord Portal available to give owners the information they need. Without modern information tools, building owners cannot maximize opportunities, and utility staff and owners must devote substantial time and effort to gather and deliver information.

 
 
 
 
 
Author/Org: 
Energy Efficiency for All and New Ecology
Year: 
2017
Categories: 
Program Design and Budgets
Tags: 
Utility program

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