Blueprint for Efficiency
Widely regarded as the cheapest and cleanest “fuel”, energy efficiency has attracted large investments - utilities will spend roughly $10 billion next year on programs to get customers to use less energy. But the full impact of energy efficiency is held back by antiquated tools to measure and quantify savings. Despite its promise, energy efficiency has been too complex, unpredictable, hard to measure and difficult to manage.
Leo Shklovskii, co-founder and Chief Technology Officer of EnergySavvy shares ideas and technologies from within and outside the utility industry that are reshaping the way energy efficiency is delivered as a cost-effective resource.
EnergySavvy's cloud-based software is a 21st-century approach to managing energy efficiency based on data transparency and control. Its utility-scale software quantifies and delivers energy savings, making efficiency more reliable, deployable and bankable.