Long Beach, CA, July 15, 2018 — The Salesforce integrated energy efficiency (EE) and demand side management (DSM) software from energyOrbit will be on display at this year's Electrification '18. The event, hosted by the Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI), is a forum to discuss the benefits and costs of electrification in different vertical industries, such as agriculture, transportation, manufacturing and more. As a gathering place for utilities and other power providers, it's a natural fit for energyOrbit whose solution is utilized by dozens of utilities, cooperatives and third-party implementors such as Con Edison, Public Service Company of New Mexico, Wisconsin Energy Conservation Cooperation, and the State of Delaware.
"As more utilities put focus on increasing energy efficiency within their service territory, they are realizing that automating the EE value chain with solution such as ours is conducive to increased employee productivity, and improved program adoption to attain energy savings goals," said Udi Merhav, CEO of energyOrbit. "Electrification ‘18 will be a great venue not only to connect with current and future customers, but to stay up to date on the electrification trends, challenges and solutions in today's energy landscape."
Powered on the Salesforce platform, the energyOrbit customer engagement solution is designed to provide an integrated user experience to streamline energy efficiency projects and free up administrator workloads, resulting in higher focus on articulating and executing program strategy. The system is routinely upgraded with the latest in energy efficiency and DSM standards and best practices to keep users ahead of the curve in DSM program management.
Five of the 15 largest investor-owned utilities in North America, as well as dozens of public utilities, cooperatives and third-party implementers, use energyOrbit to manage $1.6 billion in energy efficiency incentive dollars. In total, the award-winning platform has seen a 58 percent increase in the amount of total energy savings achieved on the platform to a total of 13.245 TWh (through January 2017); an amount equivalent to what two million solar-powered homes could generate in the Los Angeles Basin. Through the execution of energy efficiency programs with the energyOrbit platform, 6.8 million tons of CO2 emissions have been avoided since 2007, enough to fill 1,151 Empire State Buildings (for more view Infographic).
Founded in 2007 and based in San Francisco, California, energyOrbit is the market leading solution for cloud energy efficiency and Demand-Side Management operations. energyOrbit is deployed with leading utilities and third-party implementers across North America, enabling customers to realize an average of 75 percent improved efficiency and operational savings in their DSM operations. energyOrbit empowers utilities to deploy DSM programs in hours, scale programs and portfolios efficiently, and to streamline utility customer relationships, partners, and internal communications seamlessly.
As of 2016, energyOrbit has helped utilities and third-party implementers collectively manage more than 13.245 TWh of electricity savings. Additionally, 5,617 MW of peak demand has been reduced by efficiency measures tracked by energyOrbit. More than $1.6 billion in incentive dollars managed and prepared for payment. For more information on energyOrbit please visit www.energy-orbit.com and follow up on Twitter (@energyOrbit) and on LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/company/energyorbit-formerly-crmorbit-).
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