Analyzing energy consumption across 50+ million US households.
Blueprint for Efficiency is proud to kick off our 2012-2013 webinar series with Opower
! Barry Fischer, head writer and editor of Opower's Outlier Blog
, will present "Unlocking the 'power' of big data: Analyzing energy consumption across 50+ million US households." Learn how Opower is tapping into its unprecedented data storehouse to unearth fascinating, thought-provoking insights about residential energy use in the United States.
You can watch the event here:
2012-11-08 Blueprint for Efficiency - Opower from Ben Butterworth on Vimeo.
To view the slides, click here
Opower works with 75 utility partners in six countries to provide customer engagement solutions for the utility industry. Founded in 2007, it is headquartered in Arlington, Virginia, with offices in San Francisco and London. Opower was recently named the "2012 Global Cleantech 100 Company of the Year
" by Cleantech Group.
About the Presenter: Barry Fischer is the Head Writer/Editor of Opower's big-data and energy blog, "Outlier". Prior to his current role, Barry was part of Opower's engagement management team. Barry earned a BA in economics and MS in environmental engineering from Stanford, and subsequently completed a Fulbright Fellowship in New Zealand, where he produced research that appeared in the journal Energy. You can follow Barry on Twitter @OpowerOutlier.
The Yale Center for Business & the Environment
is pleased to launch Blueprint for Efficiency
, our sixth annual webinar series, which will continue to emphasize the latest opportunities for energy efficiency. Through presentations from leaders in the corporate, nonprofit, and public-private arenas, we will explore energy efficiency through the lenses of behavior, policy, finance, and technology. Webinars are free and open to the public. Each presentation is recorded and available through Yale University's iTunesU channel
Interested in reading more before our webinar? Check out some of Outlier’s recent posts:
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