Shelburne based firm helps other cut energy costs

SHELBURNE Kilawatt Technologies of Shelburne announced the recent launch of eKilawatt, a group of low cost Internet-delivered products based on the company's powerful EnerSuite software. EAssess is one of four affordable eKilawatt products that provide organizations with the information, analytical tools, and strategies to lower energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. EEnergyAssess provides an independent, audit-grade analysis of energy costs, use and demand, an organization's unique utility rates, greenhouse gases, a two year future baseline of expected energy use, as well as, helpful tips and guidance on cutting costly energy consumption. Lowering energy costs and greenhouse gases is like taking an important journey, said Paul Grover, Kilawatt's chief technology officer. "I need to know where I've been, where I'm starting from, where I'm traveling, how will I get there, how do I keep track and when have I arrived. Just like any trip, I'll get lost if I don't have a destination, a map, a route to follow and signs along the way. The company's eKilawatt products have been researched and tested on many conservation engineering projects. Over the last seven years, using their EnerSuite software, the core of eKilawatt, the company claims it has saved over 20 percent annually for such organizations as Gardener's Supply Company, the State of Vermont and area schools. Kilawatt Technologies describes itself as an information software company helping organizations around the world to reduce energy costs and lower greenhouse gases in larger commercial and industrial buildings.

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