|By Business Wire||
|June 3, 2014 11:20 AM EDT||
Creekwood’s field-tested methods and strategies, which reduce organizations’ energy expenses by more than 25% within three years, will now deliver even greater results with Energy Points source energy analytics. Since 2004 Creekwood has implemented data-driven processes to help mid-sized companies cut energy usage and cost. With Energy Points Analytics Creekwood continues that tradition to drive energy efficiency across customers’ entire energy supply chain, not just at site.
“Advances in technology have multiplied the choices for energy efficient heating, cooling, and illumination technologies, as well as renewable and distributed energy solutions,” says Ron DeLyons, Managing Principal and CEO of Creekwood Energy. “Energy Points source energy analytics allows us to quickly diagnose discrepancies between consumption and cost and choose the best projects for our clients to implement. We work with our clients to set goals and Energy Points’ analytics calculates the projected savings. Energy Points does what no other provider can; it seamlessly integrates financial and energy projections. The energy savings projected are physics-based and geospecific, the most comprehensive and accurate analysis we’ve come across. With it we are able to quickly and confidently partner with clients while holding ourselves accountable as we track progress towards meeting those goals—it’s a win-win.”
For ten years Creekwood has provided clients with best-in-class expertise in energy management. Energy Points was the natural choice to enhance its services as it is the only company that analyzes energy supply from source to site, providing the most accurate, comprehensive, and intuitive source energy analysis on the market.
“Our physics-based algorithms and geospatial, temporal source energy data bring a whole new level insight to energy management,” says Roy Stein, COO of Energy Points. “When you have limited budget you want to know that you’re implementing energy efficiency and distributed energy projects that will have the greatest impact on your bottom-line. The impact of these projects varies based on location because energy is a local issue. We are the only company to provide the level of localized analysis that brings those variations to light.”
Creekwood Energy will be using Energy Points source energy analytics to better serve their current clients, as well as grow their client base.
About Energy Points
Energy Points provides source energy intelligence software that enables organizations to analyze, manage, and strategically de-risk their energy supply chains. It is the only company to quantify source energy—measuring energy use from its source through the site of consumption, while accounting for resource risk and environmental impact. With its source-to-site energy analytics, senior management diagnose, flag, and address areas of high risk and spend, making information-driven decisions about their energy sources.
Energy Points is a privately held company headquartered in Boston, MA. Please visit energypoints.com.
About Creekwood Energy
Creekwood Energy Partners LLC (Creekwood) is a NMSDC-Certified Minority Business Enterprise based in Cincinnati, Ohio. The Creekwood team provides clients with comprehensive energy management and consulting services, arranging project finance where and when required. Founded in 2004, Creekwood was established to develop and finance renewable energy projects. In 2009 the company expanded its service offerings to include comprehensive energy management and consulting services. Creekwood employs a data-driven process, designed to optimize renewable energy, energy efficiency, and sustainability initiatives. For more information, visit creekwoodenergy.com.
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