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  • “It's been just more than a year since Arlington-based Opower went public, a high-profile, national event that raked in more than $100 million for the energy software company. I caught up with CEO and co-founder Dan Yates this week about what's changed for the company since the IPO. Mostly it's business as usual — the company is investing aggressively in expanding its client base and technology platform — but he mentioned four changes that should sound familiar to other IPO-ing CEOs.”

    One year after the IPO: 4 things that have changed for Opower

    April 10, 2015

  • “The simplest measure is to persuade consumers to stop throwing energy away, for example by heating or cooling empty rooms. Spotting such waste and helping to cut it is becoming a decent business. Opower, a data-analytics firm, crunches figures on size, occupancy, location and energy bills to find trends and make suggestions to 50m, mostly American, households. Pacific Gas and Electric, a utility in California, says that in 2013 Opower saved it 500 gigawatt-hours, or nearly 75,000 homes-worth, of consumption. Its customers saved more than $50m.”

    Green around the edges

    April 9, 2015

  • Opower is working with Oracle Utilities to enable utilities to integrate Opower’s customer insights into their systems powered by Oracle, and Oracle’s operational insights into Opower’s customer engagement platform.”

    Opower Teams with Oracle Utilities

    April 7, 2015

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  • “Sacramento Municipal Utility District has selected Opower for a multi-year partnership to deliver personalized communications across residential, commercial, and industrial customers. SMUD will replace a set of existing systems with the Opower platform in an effort to drive energy efficiency savings and to improve customer experience.”

    SMUD Selects Customer Engagement Platform to Replace Existing Systems

    April 10, 2015

  • “Commonwealth Edison (ComEd) has found a way to avoid one of its major pain points for approximately 1.5 million of its 3.8 million customers. By leveraging Opower's platform to connect with customers using their preferred channel -- Internet, interactive voice response (IVR), or paper – ComEd, one of the first utilities to utilize Opower's segmentation and targeting tools, is ensuring higher levels of engagement.”

    ComEd: Putting control in customers' hands

    March 30, 2015

  • “Opower has announced the deployment of its upgraded demand-side management (DSM) program with the electric utility Commonwealth Edison (ComEd).”

    ComEd partners with Opower for implementing revised DSM program

    March 27, 2015

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