We look forward to how Matt will continue to lead EnergyPrint in serving clients and driving change and growth.”
ST. PAUL, Minn. (PRWEB) September 03, 2019
EnergyPrint, a national utility data management and measurement services provider, is proud to announce Matt Arneson will step into the president role, effective immediately. He will be succeeding Priscilla Koeckeritz who had been in the role since 2009. Arneson will lead EnergyPrint’s team in cultivating and bringing new ideas, products and solutions to market that provide exceptional value to clients as they seek energy efficiency results in their buildings.
“The board is excited for and supportive of Matt,” said Chairman Jim Schultz. “We look forward to how he will continue to lead EnergyPrint in serving clients and driving change and growth.”
Arneson steps into the president role from the position of vice president of operations, where for the last year he has used his deep knowledge of utility data management and the commercial building industry to spearhead EnergyPrint’s go-to-market approach, help solve market challenges, and run day-to-day operations.
“I see EnergyPrint as being synonymous with utility analytics,” Arneson said about the future of the company. “There is a wealth of data and actionable insight that comes from utility bills, and EnergyPrint knows how to bring that data together to tell building end-users things about their buildings they never realized or even thought about before. Every day we help our clients achieve common industry goals such as realizing cost savings, meeting government regulations and appealing to energy-conscious stakeholders.”
Prior to EnergyPrint, Arneson worked for a company that brought building end-users and innovative solution providers together for strategic discussions. While there, he learned first-hand how energy data can fuel business opportunities. Upon joining EnergyPrint, Arneson played an instrumental role in hiring and developing the team he will now lead to move the company forward.
“We have an amazing wealth of talent here, both internally as a team and externally with partners and advocates. I’m immensely excited on where the power of this team will take us,” said Arneson.
EnergyPrint specializes in generating insight to help building professionals Find, Track & Prove energy efficiency and cost savings in commercial buildings. The company works directly with utilities across the U.S. and Canada to collect and validate utility data—and through its proprietary web application, offers data export, analysis, benchmarking and reporting services. An ENERGY STAR® partner, EnergyPrint sets the standard for monetizing energy savings in buildings with the most current, relevant and accurate utility insight database in the industry. For more information, visit http://www.energyprint.com.