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We’re Hiring: Start 2015 Off Right!

If your New Year’s resolution is to workout more and eat healthier, we probably can’t help you that much.  If your resolution is to find an awesome new job in a growing and exciting company, you’ve come to the right place.  We are currently hiring for a number of positions:   Core Java API Engineer.  Enhance our cloud […]

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Farewell Laylee

It’s a bitter-sweet day. Today is Laylee’s last day at Genability. If you’ve ever emailed, called or visited us, you’ve likely met Laylee.  She’s been our office manager, team cheerleader and Jane-Of-All-Trades for the last three years.  We’re extremely sad to see her go, but we know she’s off to bigger and better and will […]

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Meet the Newest Members of Our Team

Over the last few months, we have grown our engineering and data operations teams. Chances are you have already met with or spoken to a new member, but how well do you really know them? Justin Lee Role at Genability: Data analyst and account manager. I work with our commercial solar developers to manage their […]

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Genability welcomes EnerNOC as a Partner

EDIT June 21st, 2018 ; Read the latest on this partnership at Today I’m pleased to announce our newest customer, but more importantly our newest partner and investor, EnerNOC (NASDAQ: ENOC). The team and I couldn’t be more thrilled. As I’m sure many of you know, EnerNOC is a leading provider of energy intelligence […]

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Former CPUC members observations on NEM

Last week, Mark Ferron, former executive with Deutsche Bank and Salomon Brothers stepped down from his post with the California Public Utility Commission to focus on his battle with prostate cancer.  As an epilogue to his almost three year career with the CPUC, Ferron scribed a three page letter giving his candid review of the state […]

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Typicals: When You Don’t Have Customer Usage Data

As part of the launch of the Developer Toolbox, we’ve released a new product called Typicals.  If you’re working with customers to calculate energy savings and you “typically” ask for their usage data, Genability Typicals will be of some use to you. What is Typicals Data? Glad you asked.  Typicals is a database we’ve compiled […]

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Greentech Media Whitepaper: “Solar Beats the Grid, But…”

Rate design is becoming increasingly important.  With some solar incentives and tax credits (ITC) coming to an end in the near future, solar-friendly utility tariffs (or rate schedules) are key to the economic viability of solar.  Genability recently helped Greentech Media with a new whitepaper titled “Rate Design Matters: The Impact of Tariff Structure on Solar […]

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Greenstart’s In-House Design Studio

Earlier this year Genability partnered with Greenstart to add their design expertise to our brand development.  We’re extremely excited with the stuff they’ve developed so far and we think you will be too.  Unfortunately, you’ll have to wait a few more weeks to see it! Last month, Greenstart announced that they ditched the accelerator model and […]

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Genability Presents at ASES Solar2013

This week in Baltimore, America’s longest running solar conference begins!  In its 42nd year, the American Solar Energy Society (ASES) presents SOLAR2013.  Why is this year different from the previous 41 you ask? Well, this will be Genability’s first time making a presence.  On Wednesday afternoon, Genability’s Eric Danziger will be presenting on an NREL sponsored panel […]

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Update on our Value of Solar March Madness Bracket

In case you haven’t been following our bracket, Genability put together a March Madness bracket based solely on the school’s Solar Avoided Cost figure.  Using our Value of Solar tools, we calculated the Avoided Cost of Power for each school’s location and used that number to determine each matchup winner. It was a bit of […]

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