New RMI analysis and WattTime solutions open the door in residential buildings
WattTime Partners with Great Lakes Protection Fund to Drive Mercury Emissions Reduction
Michigan’s two largest utilities make an ambitious commitment to renewable energy, and it could be more impactful than they think.
Location of renewable energy installations matters big-time when it comes to emissions reduction, as analysis from WattTime shows for the the global forecast of new builds.
New opportunities for renewable energy buyers to reduce more emissions faster and more cheaply is possible with WattTime analysis.
A group of students and engineers brought together at a Hackathon put their heads together to answer the question: “where is my electricity coming from if I use it right now?” The end product was WattTime.
Using less electricity is useful, but making sure the energy you do use is clean is an essential next step. The Smart Energy Azure Demonstration program uses WattTime data to make it possible.
Thanks to AER, accurately measuring moment-to-moment carbon emissions on our electricity system is cheap, easy and manageable.
WattTime analyzes power grid data in real time from dozens of open data sources, and that data must be accurate and up-to-date. We use Librato to ensure the accuracy of the data powering our technology.
WattTime partners with Building Clouds to give large commercial or industrial facilities the power to cut emissions through WattTime-enabled technology in nearly any equipment.