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Flexible Path SurveySM Results

Overall Key Findings:

To date, a total of 1,040 customers have responded to at least one question on the survey.  Some of the key findings include:

  • 24% indicated they had participated in a STEP program.
  • 60% identified at least one prgram in which they had participated, when asked about specific programs by name (ie. solar panels, HVAC rebates, lighting, etc.).
    • This suggests customers do not associate the rebate programs in which they participated as being a part of STEP.
  • The highest frequency of participation was in Wi-Fi Thermostats, Power PlayerSM, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) rebate programs.
  • 83% indicated they were not aware that STEP is funded from their monthly electric bills.
  • 61% indicated a willingness to pay extra to support energy efficiency and conservation programs and initiatives.
    • 46% indicated a willingness to pay an additional $1 - $5 monthly to support such programs.
  • 47% ranked “Affordability” as their most important energy consideration. The next highest ranked considerations were “Environmental Responsibility” at 17% and “Energy Efficiency” at 12%.

The charts presented below each represent a question asked on the survey.

 

FlexPOWER BundleSM Survey Results - Executive Summary 

As of October 31, 2020

We had a total of 1,130 customers respond to at least one question on this survey. Of these respondents, 51% ranked “Affordability” as their most important energy consideration. Additionally, 17% ranked “Energy Reliability” as their top energy consideration, and 17% chose “Environmental Responsibility” as their leading consideration. Fewer than 10% of the respondents favored “Safety,” “Security,” or “Energy Resilience.” Survey respondents also were asked about their familiarity with CPS Energy’s programs and initiatives: 694 respondents answered this question, while 436 customers elected not to answer. This question allowed respondents to select multiple programs and initiatives. Of the 694 customers who answered the question, 81% indicated they are familiar with our Energy Rebates. Half are familiar with Weatherization (51%), Community Solar (50%), and Wind Power (48%). Also, a large number of respondents are familiar with the Deely Coal Unit closure (36%); Flexible Path (33%); Save For Tomorrow Energy Plan (31%) and Energy Storage (25%). While a smaller amount, 18% indicated they are familiar with FlexPOWER Bundle.

Each chart represents a question asked on the survey.

  • Answered:  The number of respondents that answered the specific question.
  • Skipped:  The number of respondents that did not answer the specific question.
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FlexSTEPSM Survey Results - Executive Summary 

As of October 31, 2020

A total of 1,040 customers responded to at least one question on this survey. Of these respondents, 24% indicated they participated in at least one Save For Tomorrow Energy Plan (STEP) program. Also, 61% of respondents indicated a willingness to pay extra to support energy efficiency and conservation programs and initiatives, with 46% indicated they’re willing to pay an additional $1 - $5 monthly. Of the customers responding to this survey, 47% ranked “Affordability” as their most important energy consideration.

Each chart represents a question asked on the survey.

  • Answered:  The number of respondents that answered the specific question.
  • Skipped:  The number of respondents that did not answer the specific question.
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