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Award | June 13, 2019
WECC was honored for the design and execution of their ads published in the Michigan Country Lines publication. The ads were recognized in the Consumer or Trade Publication – Campaign – Four-Color Category. More
Award | June 13, 2019
The Public Relations Society of America recognized Slipstream for the design and execution of their fiscal year 2012 Annual Report. The report was honored with an Alchemy Award of Merit for its crisp, clean, and modern approach. More
Award | June 13, 2019
Awarded to: WECC MarCom Awards recognized WECC for the design and execution of their fiscal year 2012 Annual Report, an advertising campaign for Michigan Electric Cooperative Association’s Country Lines Magazine, and a direct mail campaign for a U.S. Department of Energy program WECC implemented. The annual report and advertising campaign received Gold Awards and the direct mail campaign an Honorable Mention. More
Award | June 13, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for an ad featured in Country Lines Magazine, which promoted energy efficiency programs for MECA’s Energy Optimization Program. More
Award | June 13, 2019
WECC received a Gold Award for the redesigned Energy Finance Solutions (EFS) website, at energyfinancesolutions.com. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for Alliant Energy’s billboard which promoted the use of LED light bulbs. As part of the Iowa Be Bright campaign, WECC developed the advertising slogan “Not all LEDs are created equal.” More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for its corporate overview brochure. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received a Gold Award for a print ad titled “Get Smart,” which was included in Country Lines Magazine, a publication distributed by participating utilities within Michigan Electric Cooperative Association (MECA)’s Energy Optimization program. The ad featured Wi-Fi enabled and smart thermostats for the High Efficiency Products program. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received a Platinum Award for Energy Finance Solutions (EFS) Contractor Portal promotions. The E Source conference promotional postcard announced the launch of the EFS Consumer and Contractor Portals. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for a large easel poster that promotes the benefits of a Focus on Energy Certified New Home at Parade of Homes events across the state of Wisconsin. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for an overview brochure of MECA’s Energy Optimization programs, titled “Opportunity Knocks.” More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for a print ad featured in Country Lines Magazine, which promoted energy efficiency programs for MECA’s Energy Optimization Program. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for Facebook content developed for Alliant Energy’s “Be Bright” LED program. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received Honorable Mention for the design of a new website for the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Wisconsin program, at pacewi.org. More
Award | June 7, 2019
WECC received a Gold Award for the Program Guide developed for the Focus on Energy New Homes Program. The Guide is a 10-page booklet which details the various standards and requirements of the residential new construction program. More
Award | December 10, 2018
WECC received a Gold Award for the builder annual report developed for the Focus on Energy New Homes Program. The report is a graphical representation of each builder’s yearly activity in terms of number of homes built, average energy efficiency, incentives earned, etc. More
Award | December 10, 2018
WECC received a Gold Award for its corporate values puzzle. The oversized puzzle was developed as an employee engagement tactic when the company launched its new mission, vision, and values statements in 2017. More
Award | December 10, 2018
WECC received a Gold Award for a newspaper ad promoting LED bulbs for Minnesota client Freeborn-Mower. More
Award | October 18, 2018
MECA EO Collaborative members received awards for Best Project – Public for the Ewen-Trout Creek School District (Ontonagon) and Best Project – Agriculture for Friske Orchards (Great Lakes Energy). WECC was also involved with another award winner for Best Project - Innovator of the Year for their financing program with Holland’s Energy Fund.   More
Award | October 17, 2018
WECC received a Platinum Award for Alliant Energy’s “Bright Ideas” billboard which promotes the purchase of LED lighting. More
Award | October 17, 2018
WECC received a Platinum Award for its corporate blog at weccusa.org/blog, which launched in 2017. The blog features energy efficiency industry news, energy savings tips, and updates regarding the company’s areas of expertise and quest for internal sustainability. More
Publication
Publication | August 21, 2018
Abstract  Effective consumer marketing is a significant contributor to the success of residential energy efficiency programs. Often overlooked, however, is the program marketing and promotion potential which lies within a service territory’s trade ally network. More
Publication
Publication | August 21, 2018
Community-based energy efficiency programs foster social connectedness to transform the way people consume energy—relying on group interaction, peer support, and communal resolve to impact behavior. A community can be defined by geography, such as a city or neighborhood, or by a shared characteristic, such as employees of a business, fans of a sport, or members of a social network More
Publication
Publication | March 28, 2016
Residential lighting programs are just as crucial to achieve overall energy savings for small utilities’ energy efficiency programs as for large utilities. Slipstream, a national leader in retail lighting program design and implementation, has extensive experience delivering programs of all sizes throughout the United States. More
Marketing Solutions
Solution | January 1, 2019
Are you struggling with marketing your energy efficiency programs due to lack of in-house resources? More