Wattzon was recently mentioned in a report released by NRDC and Environmental Entrepreneurs (E2) that talks about the success of recent energy efficiency efforts, and what else California can do to meet the efficiency goals it has set for 2020.
These efforts, such as ramping up building codes and raising energy standards on appliances, have saved Californians nearly $90 billion on their energy bills since the 1970s. It’s also slashed electricity demand and helped lower annual household electricity bills.
Wattzon is an integral part of these efforts, and is uniquely positioned within the state to be in the middle of where these changes are taking place.
“We’re based in Silicon Valley, which is always helpful for gaining the best access to venture capital, talent, and business partnerships,” says WattzOn founder and CEO Martha Amram.
Clients include the cities of San Jose, Livermore, Patterson, and Benicia; JC Penney; and the Joint Base McGuire–Dix–Lakehurst in New Jersey.
You can read the full report here, with the quote from WattzOn’s CEO, Martha Amram, included;