EnergyCAP Named One of Ten Enterprise Smart Grid Vendors to Watch

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EnergyCAP was selected based on its innovation, customer proof points, strong momentum, aggressive product development, and increased emphasis on enterprise-wide and multiple-site implementations of utility bill tracking, auditing, reporting, and accounting software.

EnergyCAP Energy Management Software

EnergyCAP Energy Management Software

Interviews with 65 smart grid professionals helped to inform the report, and EnergyCAP was mentioned numerous times in the interviews.

EnergyCAP, the best-selling energy management software for more than 30 years, was named in a recent report as one of 10 Enterprise Smart Grid Vendors to Watch. The report called, “The Enterprise Smart Grid – a Corporate Buyer’s Guide for Energy Management Software,” is the product of extensive research conducted by Groom Energy to examine the industry’s best providers of energy management and conservation solutions.

“Applying the principles of the Enterprise Smart Grid, large organizations can effectively drive energy efficiency performance across their operations,” said Paul Baier, report author and vice president of research for Groom Energy Solutions. “Our report helps corporate energy managers navigate an overwhelming number of emerging vendor offerings, each with its own capabilities, benefits and limitations.”

According to the report, EnergyCAP was selected based on its innovation, customer proof points, strong momentum, aggressive product development, and increased emphasis on enterprise-wide and multiple-site implementations of utility bill tracking, auditing, reporting, and accounting software. Interviews with 65 smart grid professionals helped to inform the report, and EnergyCAP was mentioned numerous times in the interviews.

“Being named in Groom Energy’s influential report highlights our long-standing commitment to provide the best energy management software for business, government, and education,” said Steve Heinz, CEO and Founder of EnergyCAP, Inc. “I’m proud of our team’s ability to meet Groom Energy’s strict criteria for recognition.”

To download an excerpt or to order the report, visit http://www.groomenergy.com/energy_management_software.html

EnergyCAP Enterprise is used by Fortune 500 businesses, universities, and state and municipal governments with complex energy management needs. EnergyCAP Express is a new web-based version that enables towns, colleges, and small businesses to track their utility bills online; a free 30-day trial is immediately available.

EnergyCAP’s website is http://www.EnergyCAP.com.

About Groom Energy Solutions
Groom Energy is a leading provider of commercial and industrial energy solutions. The company delivers a range of services from corporate sustainability and whole building energy assessments to turnkey installations at enterprise facilities across the U.S. Groom Energy projects help customers reduce costs while positively affecting the environment. Customers include: General Electric, Kellogg’s, Ocean Spray, Raytheon and Thermo Fisher Scientific. Groom Energy is also the founder and hosting organization for http://www.enterprisesmartgrid.org, a collaborative website covering the latest Enterprise Smart Grid related developments. For more information please visit http://www.groomenergy.com.

About EnergyCAP
EnergyCAP is the best selling energy management software. With online and installed software for organizations of any size, EnergyCAP delivers powerful energy and greenhouse gas tracking, utility bill processing, reporting, analyzing, and benchmarking. A two-time ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year, Inc. 5000 Fastest-Growing Private Company, and industry leader for over 30 years, EnergyCAP provides implementation, training, bill processing, and support services. The website is http://www.EnergyCAP.com. (For sales in Canada, please contact EnergyCAP Canada at http://www.EnergyCAP.ca.)

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For media inquiries, please contact Chris Heinz of EnergyCAP, Inc. at 877.327.3702 or ChrisH(at)EnergyCAP(dot)com.

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