Bozeman, Montana (PRWEB) May 21, 2015 -- WattzOn, a leading provider of web and mobile engagement tools that help people save energy and money, has partnered with the City of Bozeman to assist residents in saving energy through the Bozeman Energy Smackdown. The Bozeman Energy Smackdown connects residents to resources and information needed to save energy and make their homes more comfortable. WattzOn supports the Energy Smackdown by providing a one-stop shop for automated utility bill tracking, personalized recommendations and links to relevant rebates.
“We’re excited to engage our residents in the Bozeman Energy Smackdown,” said Heather Higinbotham, Energy Conservation Technician for the City of Bozeman. “Ultimately, the goal of the Bozeman Energy Smackdown is to connect residents to the resources and information that help them save money by using energy wisely. Partnering with WattzOn adds an online engagement platform and data tracking to our offline outreach efforts. They help our program be more effective.”
"Bozeman is committed to helping its residents find ways to reduce energy usage and save money on their utilities, and WattzOn is excited about adding online engagement and data-tracking to their efforts” said Jon Enberg, VP of Partnerships for WattzOn. “We both have the mission of helping residents be smarter about using energy. It's a natural partnership."
About the Bozeman Energy Smackdown
The Bozeman Energy Smackdown is a City of Bozeman initiative, with support from the Montana Department of Environmental Quality and NorthWestern Energy. Learn more HERE.
WattzOn provides web and mobile tools that help people and communities save energy and money. Our platform combines software, powerful data analytics and local branding to engage residents by translating utility data into an interesting, personalized experience that delivers energy savings. WattzOn supports local programs -- with their variety of strategies and goals -- via a rich set of customization options. The platform connects to over 185 utilities nationwide to enable data-driven targeting and tracking of energy use, savings, and savings opportunities. Product features include an energy rebate database by zip code and program-level reporting that quantifies community impact. Learn more at wattzon.com
Jon Enberg, WattzOn, http://www.wattzon.com, +1 650-948-2004, [email protected]