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Minnesota Valley Electric Cooperative (MVEC), an electric distribution cooperative that serves approximately 35,000 end points, is working with MyEnergy on a customer engagement, energy efficiency and demand response program.

MVEC will use MyEnergy's customer engagement platform to give its customers the chance to win prizes and earn rewards for participating in energy-saving challenges during times of peak energy consumption. The technology also provides features such as personalized energy-consumption information, energy-savings tips and energy reports.

"We're always looking for new ways to engage MVEC members and drive energy reduction during peak demand times, and we're thrilled to have finally found a solution that allows us to do both effectively," says Ryan Hentges, vice president of corporate services at MVEC.

More information about MyEnergy's customer engagement platform is available HERE.


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