How ESCOs Use Power Monitoring to Save Their Clients Money
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We are a leading manufacturer of wireless power and environmental monitors and monitoring applications. By focusing on making products that are easy to install and manage, we have become the leading wireless power monitoring platform for data centers. There are tens of thousands of our monitoring units in use in over 30 countries, and our cloud service handles nearly 300 million energy readings every day. We were founded in 2008 and are headquartered in Minneapolis, MN.
We make electrical power flow completely transparent and traceable by building the world’s simplest wireless energy and environmental monitoring system.
Chief Executive Officer
Steve has over twenty-five years of experience in driving growth at both well-established and early stage technology companies.
Founder & CTO
Paul is a serial entrepreneur, investor and inventor with twenty-five years of technology and business experience in software, Internet, embedded systems, medical devices and bioinformatics. He holds a Ph.D. in Computer Science and is a past president of the Minnesota Venture Capital Association.
Decades of experience in technology development spanning embedded programming, wireless, back-end and front-end systems development, mobile computing and large-scale data analytics.
Our sales executives and advisors have demonstrated success in technology sales with over a century of combined experience helping maximize the value of investments in technology across multiple industries worldwide.
Energy is the key component of everything. Energy flows through all goods, products, and services on the planet. Manufacturing efficiency and productivity increases. Hardware and software costs fall, but energy is an ever increasing component of the overall cost of all business activity, no matter how small or large. Whether it's a data center, a manufacturing plant or an office, understanding and managing the cost of energy is critically important to managing the entire enterprise.
As the size and complexity of electrical power distribution systems within enterprises grows, the systems used to track power usage and cost must be able to grow with them.
In order to support growth, a monitoring system must be: