Oakland, Calif. (October 26, 2017) UtilityAPI, an enterprise software company that is accelerating the shift to a clean energy economy, announced today that Co-founder and CEO/CTO, Daniel Roesler has been elected to serve on the Board of Directors for the Green Button Alliance (GBA). The Green Button Alliance’s board consists of U.S. and international energy industry leaders who collaborate to accelerate the delivery of energy and water usage data technologies that enable businesses and consumers to easily access their consumption data in a standardized and secure format for the optimal management of their resource use. With growing demand for data from energy efficiency and renewable projects, UtilityAPI provides the quickest and most secure way to obtain usage and billing data for clean energy development.
“As a member, I have been an enthusiastic supporter of the Green Button Alliance, I am excited to have the opportunity to continue leading the development of a secure and efficient platform for energy usage data as a member of the board.”
UtilityAPI offers utility data access and automation services, including Green Button integrations, for distributed energy resources (DERs), building management, and energy efficiency companies. UtilityAPI has a deep understanding of the technical aspects of Green Button, participates heavily in OpenADE working group, and integrates with all current US Green Button Connect implementations. Recently, the Department of Energy awarded UtilityAPI a $1.9M grant to further expand third-party adoption of Green Button.
Mr. Roesler will represent participating members for a 2-year term through 2019. For more information on what we do at UtilityAPI or for general press inquiries please contact email@example.com
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