“I know a good bit about this tool and have used it. It is a great service that can be utilized by many companies to scale the total positive impact across industry as a whole.”
–Energy Manager Today Awards judge
With its cloud-based utility data collection and processing platform, Urjanet aggregates and standardizes the world’s utility data for commercial and industrial customers. Its platform enables companies to gain new insights into their energy consumption and spend, while freeing energy managers to focus on running energy efficiency projects, calculating ROI, and detailed reporting instead of the onerous task of collecting energy data and inputting it into their energy management systems, the company says.
Urjanet focuses exclusively on aggregating and standardizing the world’s utility data by combining disruptive technology with an expansive network of global utility connections.
Disruptive Technology: Urjanet’s platform processes millions of utility bills, efficiently extracting all data points, then standardizes and aggregates them in a way that makes the data highly useful to energy management, sustainability, and procurement professionals.
Expansive Network: Urjanet maintains the world’s largest and fastest growing network of utility connections comprised of over 3,700 of the largest utilities, the company says. This network enables Urjanet crawlers to continuously visit these utilities to efficiently collect timely and accurate data.
Cox Enterprises saves millions on its $100 million annual electricity and natural gas spend. Depending on the market, Cox sees anywhere from 10 percent to up to 30 percent in savings, according to the company’s senior director of energy procurement.
Ecova, EnerNOC, Schneider Electric, thinkstep, UL and others have incorporated Urjanet into their solutions to improve operational efficiency, profits and customer satisfaction, the company says.
“Urjanet’s Utility Data Service meets a clear need for managing utility bills. Its strengths lie in the specificity of its offering, and its focus on energy and energy spend with this particular product is its clear plus,” a judge said.