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Deloitte reSources Study

Plug into changing attitudes and practices on energy management

As a leader in advising energy companies, Deloitte, with strategy and market research firm Harrison Group, a YouGov Company, publishes the annual Deloitte reSources Study of electricity customers in the U.S. The Study reflects our commitment to provide thoughtful views on significant emerging trends and developments. It does this by seeking to uncover the actions that businesses, as well as consumers, are taking to manage their energy usage and to understand what motivates them to adopt new practices and invest in new technologies. The Study also explores corporate commitment to energy management in terms of goals and capital investment.

Each year the Study captures two perspectives: The business portion is based on hundreds of online interviews with business decision makers. The consumer portion is based on hundreds of demographically balanced online consumer interviews.

The Study also gauges interest, perception, and receptiveness across regions and demographics regarding:

  • Analysis of maturity levels for U.S. businesses energy management strategies
  • Tactics for managing energy consumption
  • Measurement, verification, and reporting processes
  • Alternative and renewable energy choices
  • Smart technologies
  • Electric vehicles
  • Perceptions of electric utilities

For more information on receiving a ‘deeper dive’ into the data and analytics, or discussing more detailed findings, please contact

As used in this document, ‘Deloitte’ means Deloitte LLP (and its subsidiaries). Please see for a detailed description of the legal structure of Deloitte LLP and its subsidiaries. Certain services may not be available to attest clients under the rules and regulations of public accounting.

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