| Energy IQ Program|
The Energy IQ Program is a comprehensive targeted set of services offered by Intergy to Cities. We work closely with Cities to offer a variety of different services under the Energy IQ brand. For example, Intergy is currently implementing the San Joaquin Energy IQ Program targeted to Cities in the San Joaquin County. Services offered by the Energy IQ Program include:
The Program's activities include presentations to local vendors and businesses and distribution of targeted energy efficiency information to California businesses and residents through mailers, regional events, and local community websites. Local vendors of energy efficient equipment can benefit from the information and support available through the program, and utilize program support to leverage other resources through the Investor Owned Utilities, various regional programs, and Intergy Corporation.
Intergy has experience providing energy efficiency technical and planning support to local governments. Prior to working at Intergy, our management has a combined 20 years of experience working with utilities and the government sector. Current and former projects range from helping a city develop integrated energy efficiency strategies to co-authoring million-dollar grant proposals.
Intergy has successfully worked with the City of Stockton for the last 1-1/2 years. Intergy initiated and formed a partnership with the City of Stockton to fund a Local Third Party Program through the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC). The ~$ 1 million program involves development of an outreach component for promoting energy efficiency awareness, as well as an implementation component for energy savings measures for small businesses. The outreach component involved a direct mail component to local residents and businesses including non-English speaking residents, an email marketing campaign, and an energy efficiency focused website. A database application was also developed to handle customer orders, their status and versions, as well as reporting on the successful implementations.
Intergy helped to form and create a mutually beneficial relationship with the City of Stockton. Intergy, with the help of City officials, worked with City business groups and organizations to nurture this program, disseminate information to these small businesses and other entities, and enable them to leverage this program for the benefit of small business enterprises. The expected date for completion of this program is March 2004.