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When Policy Changes Impact Savings

Net energy metering (NEM) has been a critical driver in the growth of residential solar over the past decade. There is an ongoing debate between utility companies and proponents of solar energy as to whether net metering at retail rates is the appropriate value to place on residential rooftop solar. Per a recent report by […]

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Genability Switch the Market Standard for Residential Solar

We’ve been busy the last few months with product upgrades, growing the team, as well as adding several new residential solar Switch customers.  Genability now works with 7 of the top 10 residential solar providers in the US. Genability assisted Sunrun with the rollout of their BrightPath station.  These kiosks are located throughout various big box retailers in […]

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Join the Open Solar Savings effort!

In May, Genability announced the launch of our Open Solar Savings initiative at the White Houses Energy Datapalooza. Open Solar Savings will be an open-source database of residential solar savings and their location, available free via API. This data can drive down the soft costs of solar by making the market easier to understand and more […]

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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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Obama’s Memorandum on Energy Management: What’s It Say?

Late last week, President Obama issued a Presidential Memorandum directing federal agencies to derive at least 20% of their energy from renewable sources by 2020.  That’s double the current level!  The President included some necessary steps and also instructed agencies to incorporate Green Button data standard into their practices. In case you didn’t spend all […]

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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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70% of Homes are on Variable Rate Plans

It may surprise many of you to know that over 70% of all homes in the U.S. are on some kind of variable electricity rate plan.  For the vast majority of homes, the rate they pay for electricity changes based how much they use (tiered rates) and /or when they use it (time-of-use rates).  Understanding […]

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Genability Connected Home Customers at CES 2013

This week in Las Vegas is the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES).  Companies every year wait for this annual event to highlight their newest products, features and gadgets.  Some previous products announced at CES include the VCR (1970), camcorder (1981), CD player (1981), HDTV (1988), plasma TV (2001) and tablet computers (2011). What could […]

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Genability Pitches at VERGE Accelerate 2012

Genability was thrilled to be invited to pitch at this year’s VERGE Accelerate Pitch Competition.  Hosted by GreenBiz Group & Greenstart, VERGE Accelerate was a half day event that brought together some of the top VC investors and cleantech startups focused on energy and transportation technologies. Rachel Barge from Greenstart emceed the competition and laid out […]

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Genability speaks at White House Energy Datapalooza

Some of the most exciting and innovative cleantech software companies gathered Monday in Washington, D.C for the first ever “Energy Datapalooza“.  The event was hosted by the Obama Administration, Energy Secretary Stephen Chu and U.S. CTO Todd Park and included talks from a number of companies utilizing open energy data.  Genability’s own Jason Riley was in attendance and […]

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