EnergyDeck "offline" summary now available

Benjamin Kott

Benjamin Kott

Jan. 17, 2013

Happy New Year to everyone out there! Well, 2013 has been around for a little while already, but since this is our first post this year, we think it's on order. As a start into the new year we've put together a nice and crisp 2-pager summary of the EnergyDeck platform. It's in PDF format and you can download it right here and now:

EnergyDeck 2-page PDF summary

The document gives an overview of the curent version of the platform and highlights our approach, key benefits and features. If you want to find out more about some of the new functionality we will be working on this year, get in touch. Or keep checking in for the latest news. 


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2012 in review - an exciting year for EnergyDeck, and in 2013 we will pull out all the stops

Benjamin Kott

Benjamin Kott

Dec. 30, 2012

As the year is drawing to a close, we're thinking back of all the events and experiences 2012 has held for us, much like many people around the world tend to do at this time of year. For EnergyDeck in particular, 2012 has been a special year - it being our first full year of operation.

We started work on our first prototype in October 2011, and by December of that year we set off on the production version of EnergyDeck. It took a while to get things working the way we wanted, and we launched the first public version of EnergyDeck in March 2012 with the mission to take energy efficiency to a mass market.

Since then, we have been working relentlessly on improving the platform in order to extend its capabilities and incorporate feedback from our users.


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EnergyDeck joins utilidex50 to offer integrated services to energy utilities

Benjamin Kott

Benjamin Kott

Nov. 28, 2012

EnergyDeck has joined Utilidex's utilidex50 offering. Utilidex aims to deliver EnergyDeck integrated with their inMotion solution both in the UK as well as the Australian and New Zealand markets. inMotion significantly reduces the integration challenge for energy retailers and allows them to deploy value added services to their customers within a short time frame.

“Our vision for the utilidex50 is to attract innovative offerings that can easily plug into the utilidex platform,” commented Richard Brys, CEO, “We want to attract high calibre companies into the space, allowing them to deliver their innovations and ideas to the wider energy community and in particular to utilities who wish to adapt their business models and offerings. EnergyDeck is a great fit for this initiative. Led by a high calibre management team, EnergyDeck has a vision to truly re-shape the way customers interact with their energy consumption to significantly reduce costs and their carbon footprint. We support EnergyDeck wholeheartedly in this endeavour and want our utility customers and their end customers to benefit from the offering.”

 


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New UI, Better Dashboard and High-Frequency Meter Capabilities

Benjamin Kott

Benjamin Kott

Oct. 8, 2012

We've been keeping busy over the summer (if that's what you want to call it) and added a host of new features and upgrades to the EnergyDeck platform which we're excited to share today!

New EnergyDeck dashboard

The first change you will notice is a new and improved UI, resulting in a much cleaner and more focused interface. But the changes aren't just cosmetic and we've made sure to improve accessibility as well, e.g. of the visualisation options in the navigator and charts.


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EnergyDeck now imports Green Button data

Benjamin Kott

Benjamin Kott

July 9, 2012

Green Button logo

We're pleased to announce that our smart importer has just become even smarter, and now also understands Green Button data.

Green Button is a US based effort to make energy data more accessible and actionable for consumers.

From the official website at http://www.greenbuttondata.org

Green Button is an industry-led effort that responds to a White House call-to-action: provide electricity customers with easy access to their energy usage data in a consumer-friendly and computer-friendly format via a "Green Button" on electric utilities' website. Green Button is based on a common technical standard developed in collaboration with a public-private partnership supported by the Commerce Department's National Institute of Standards and Technology. Voluntary adoption of a consensus standard by utilities across the Nation allows software developers and other entrepreneurs to leverage a sufficiently large market to support the creation of innovative applications that can help consumers make the most of their energy usage information.

 


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