Better Energy Intelligence, Better Decisions

Device Layer: Metering
App Layer: Energy Management
App Layer: Supervisory Control
Device Layer: Other IOT
Data Layer: Coupled with Applications

Verdigris integrates IoT energy meters, cloud software and AI to deliver real-time, circuit-level energy monitoring and data analysis for enterprises with substantial carbon emissions. Their happiest customers care about three things: Who makes it the easiest to ensure data quality? Who can deploy at scale the fastest? And whose data is ready for the AI applications to come?

Company bio

Verdigris was founded in 2011 to help solve the global problem of energy waste. Their vision is to bring AI-powered energy intelligence to every building in the world.

Today, Verdigris’ focus is on providing enterprises with substantial carbon emissions, such as data centers and 24/7 facilities, with real-time, circuit-level energy monitoring and data analysis. Customers use Verdigris to improve capital efficiency and reduce risk when making capacity planning decisions; to track, monitor, and reduce Scope 2 emissions; and to maintain compliance with emerging sustainability requirements.

Verdigris differentiates by being purpose-built for fast, cost-effective rollouts; building foolproof data resilience into its products; and providing highly-granular data that is future-proof for AI-enabled targeted analysis and predictive analytics.

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“We had invested in an alternate product that was integrated with our electrical panels, and have spent nearly one hundred thousand dollars and months of man hours trying to get the system to operate as advertised. Verdigris presented a solution, provided the equipment and had the system up-and-running in a matter of weeks. To say our project team is regretting all those wasted months only to have the solution be this easy would be an understatement.”
John Garvey, Director of Construction, LCOR

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