SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Bidgely, a customer empowerment and utility intelligence platform, today announced that its CEO Abhay Gupta will present at the Cleantech Forum San Francisco, taking place on March 11-13. Gupta will discuss how the third wave of energy efficiency goes beyond basic energy information and motivation to provide actionable, real-time insights that empower consumers to take control of their energy use.
Bidgely deploys energy disaggregation technology to help utilities meet customer engagement, regulatory and financial goals. By itemizing energy use at the appliance level, Bidgely empowers customers for the first time to make specific upgrades that deliver far greater savings for the whole home. A recent study demonstrated that Bidgely users save an average of six percent on whole home energy use, a dramatic improvement over traditional solutions.
In addition to direct data access via utility integration, Bidgely supports open data access technologies such as Green Button, which provides secure energy information to more than 15 million households via utilities such as PG&E and SDG&E. Bidgely is also a member of Silver Spring Network’s Partner Program, which enables the accelerated adoption of innovative energy applications. The company was recently named one of the top 25 most innovative young companies in America by Agrion, a global business network for energy, cleantech and corporate sustainability.
Abhay Gupta, the chief executive officer of Bidgely, a customer empowerment and utility intelligence platform.
Abhay Gupta will participate in a 7x7 panel, which brings together cleantech leaders to discuss how new decentralized models are disrupting traditional businesses. San Francisco Cleantech Forum is one of the world’s premier gatherings of cleantech innovators.
Thursday, March 13 at 11:00 a.m.
The Fairmont Hotel, 950 Mason Street, San Francisco, CA 94108
Bidgely leverages sophisticated energy analytics to deliver customer empowerment and utility intelligence solutions for utilities. Bidgely’s cloud-based, proven platform applies patented disaggregation technology to read energy signatures of home appliances and develop a real-time, appliance-level understanding of where energy is used. Based on these deep insights, Bidgely provides personalized and actionable energy recommendations, which in turn drive highly effective and low-cost energy efficiency and demand response initiatives proven to improve utility customer engagement and financial results. For more information, please visit: http://www.bidgely.com