Measurabl has delivered one of the simplest, most cost effective solutions for collecting utility data, which helps our clients improve building performance and makes Energy Star benchmarking easy.
San Diego, California (PRWEB) February 03, 2015
Measurabl, the start-up for sustainability reporting and data management, is proud to announce its partnership with the US EPA’s ENERGY STAR program. The partnership is a result of Measurabl demonstrating outstanding contribution to energy conservation in the commercial real estate sector by benchmarking over 400 buildings in ENERGY STAR Portfolio Manager, far exceeding the partnership minimum requirement of 10 buildings per year.
“It’s impossible to optimize energy and sustainability performance without the underlying utility data,” explains Matt Ellis, Measurabl’s Founder and CEO. “Measurabl has delivered one of the simplest, most cost effective solutions for collecting utility data, which helps our clients improve building performance and makes Energy Star benchmarking easy.”
The Partnership comes at a time of continued successes for Measurabl, which was recently named the #1 Cleantech start-up in the world by the Global Cleantech Cluster Association – an industry trade group representing investors with more than $3.5 billion invested in clean technology. Measurabl also completed a $2.05MM round of venture financing from LA-based Crosscut Ventures at the end of 2014, just as it deployed and scaled its successful utility data aggregation program, called Utility Sync.
Investors and regulators have trained increasing focus on the energy and environment-related impacts of large and medium-sized companies. Most recently, more than 50 institutional investors with portfolios valued at over $209 billion filed shareholder resolutions with oil behemoths BP and Shell asking for reporting on the companies’ climate change-related impacts. Measurabl is one of the most ambitious software firms now at the nexus of making data collection and the reporting of so called “non-financial” data possible, while also helping companies take action to manage and reduce their social and environmental impacts.
“Collection and disclosure of non-financial data is an essential business process,” notes Ellis. “The only question now is how to make this process simple and accurate enough so companies of any size can respond to these new investor, consumer and regulatory requirements.”
Measurabl is sustainability reporting, simplified. Our automatic data import technology and guided, step-by-step process help companies and organizations complete sustainability reports, collect utility data, benchmark, and improve performance. Measurabl makes it possible for any organization to report on sustainability, regardless of size, expertise or resources. To learn more about Measurabl, please contact info(at)measurabl(dot)com or visit http://www.measurabl.com.
ABOUT ENERGY STAR
ENERGY STAR is a voluntary partnership between businesses, government and others united to protect our environment for future generations by changing to energy-efficient practices today. ENERGY STAR works with more than 9,000 partners to improve the energy efficiency of products, homes, buildings and businesses. Businesses can use ENERGY STAR to improve efficiency, enhance profits, and create a competitive advantage. In 2006 alone, ENERGY STAR helped businesses and consumers save more than $14 billion in energy costs while reducing global warming emissions equivalent to those from 25 million vehicles.
For more information about ENERGY STAR, visit http://www.energystar.gov or call toll-free 1-888-STAR-YES.
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