Data science for energy efficient decision making
In Wall Street Journal’s “5 Things CEOs are Worried About in 2014” the first and possibly most important “worry” that American Electric Power’s N. Akins -among others- has, is energy cost reduction. Energy has always been a key factor that can decisively shape both operational and strategic performance for businesses of all sizes and markets. Especially during the last decade its importance has become increasingly evident and will continue to do so as both capital and natural resources diminish dramatically.
Intelen integrates Continental Control Systems smart meters
Intelen Inc. announced today the complete integration of Continental Control Systems’ WattNode® Modbus® meter onto its energy monitoring and engagement platforms, bringing up the number of major energy metering brands the company can readily draw data from, to four.
Intelen Platinum Sponsor of the Networked Grid 2013, moving to New York and announcing US entry and products
Intelen, the leading start-up in building analytics and game mechanics applications for energy efficiency, announces that the company will be the Platinum sponsor for the upcoming Networked Grid event (March 19-21) in Los Angeles, produced by Greentechmedia.
The Networked Grid 2013 will bring together an unprecedented number of forward-thinking utility executives and industry visionaries to discuss this market evolution. It is also the only conference that brings together all of the research of the smart grid practice of GTM Research.
Intelen raises a new post-seed round of $360K for US expansion reaching a total of $1,3M funding
Intelen, Inc., a New York-based startup offering SaaS products for building analytics and engagement through gamification for C&I customers, received a post-seed investment of $360K by a group of undisclosed Angel Investors. The money will be used to sustain Intelen’s growth and for US market expansion.
Behavioral engineering for building analytics (R&D paper by Intelen)
Recent advances on energy metering and energy efficient equipments have been partially adopted in public and residential buildings. Informing the public, and especially the primary and secondary education community, about energy-efficient behavior and the new energy-related technologies usually requires significant time, effort and resources, possibly more than the ones a typical organization is willing or able to spare.