WattzOn’s ability to capture utility data for 90% of U.S. homes opens the smart grid to a new ecosystem of business partners who can now tailor offerings for consumers.
Mountain View, CA. (PRWEB) November 04, 2015
WattzOn, a leading provider of energy engagement and savings solutions for homes across the U.S., announced today that CIO Review, a technology and business magazine for corporate decision makers of enterprise IT, has named WattzOn to its list of the “20 Most Promising Energy Technology Solution Providers.”
WattzOn was selected based on its track record of significant advances in the energy technology space. WattzOn’s solutions help business partners gain access to residential utility data and add insights from energy analytics. Offerings are available via API or WattzOn’s white-label mobile web app. With proven results, WattzOn delivers engagement and energy savings and also offers the nation’s first scalable residential guaranteed savings contract.
“A staggering $6 billion is lost in the U.S. in energy waste every year,” said Harvi Sachar, Publisher & Founder, CIO Review. “WattzOn helps bring the smart grid to life, through innovative data analytics solutions that engage consumers via personalization and insights. Further, WattzOn’s ability to capture utility data for 90% of U.S. homes opens the smart grid to a new ecosystem of business partners who can now tailor offerings for consumers.”
CIO Review’s annual list showcases the 20 Most Promising Energy Technology Solution Providers that offer innovative IT solutions. The list of companies is chosen by a panel of experts and members of CIO Review’s editorial board, with the goal of recognizing and promoting technology entrepreneurship. WattzOn, which also provides software tools to manage city-level programs, was recognized for its ability to bring all the components together, from data to consumer-friendly insights to realized energy savings.
“With 55 million smart meters installed, the foundation for the smart grid has been laid, said Martha Amram, Founder and CEO of WattzOn. “We’re a key solution for partners such as solar companies, smart home providers, and cities, to gain access to the best of smart grid data, and the unique insights it provides. Our energy analytics, including a library of Big Data/Machine Learning tools, speeds customer acquisition and provides value streams for lifetime customer engagement. We’re delighted to be named to the CIO Review list in recognition of our unique energy technology solution.”
CIO Review’s 20 Most Promising Energy Technology Solution Providers are featured in a printed Energy Technology special issue. The issue also includes company profiles and interviews with select CEOs and CIOs from leading global companies, who will share their personal experiences on managing the technology challenges of their organizations.
The Energy Technology Solutions special edition of CIO Review is available here: http://magazine.cioreview.com/October-2015/Energy/
About CIO Review
CIO Review constantly endeavors to identify "The Best" in a variety of areas important to tech business. Through nominations and consultations with industry leaders, our editors choose the best in different domains. We serve our corporate decision-makers of enterprise IT, enabling them to quickly identify innovators from our list of the 20 Most Promising Energy Technology Solution Providers of 2015.
WattzOn provides utility data connections, energy analytics and mobile web tools that help people and communities save energy and money. With national utility coverage – 90% of US homes – WattzOn has a unique platform that helps communities across the country serve their residents, and helps business partners provide a single user experience in multiple locations. WattzOn’s mobile web app is a white-label SaaS offering that provides communities an immediate software platform for energy savings, and the detailed reporting needed for data-driven program management. WattzOn serves customers across the U.S., with a strong track record of consumer engagement and energy savings Learn more at http://www.wattzon.com.