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  • The leitmotif of the pieces you see collected in this Thread, based on my article in the current issue about the Generation Investment Management firm of London, is whether “sustainable” investing can actually pay off. Al Gore and his colleagues say: Yes! Look at our returns. Skeptics say: something must be fishy here.

    For this installment, we’ll hear from a company that Generation decided to take a large position in, after the elaborate decision-making process I described in the article. This note comes from Alex Laskey, president and co-founder of a software-as-service company called Opower.

    What Is It Like When Al Gore's Fund Invests in Your Company?

    October 31, 2015

  • The Energy Gang talks with Opower CEO Dan Yates about making utilities 'market makers' for distributed energy.

    Opower has evolved a lot over the years. The software provider started with a simple efficiency solution for utilities, and has since deepened its analytics and moved into demand response, billing, segmentation and customer care.

    One thing has stayed the same over the years: Opower firmly believes that the utility will be the arbiter of the distributed grid.

    Can Opower Keep Utilities in Control of the Distributed Grid?

    October 29, 2015

  • Arlington-based energy management firm Opower, in league with the likes of Google, Twitter, Facebook and Whole Foods, has been named to Fortune's first "Change the World" list, spotlighting companies making a major impact on worldwide social or environmental problems.Opower (NYSE: OPWR) landed at No. 45 on the list of 51 companies from around the world. No. 1 was the United Kingdom's Vodafone and Kenyan telecommunications firm Safaricom.”

    Opower plugs into a fresh Fortune 'Change the World' list

    August 21, 2015

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  • “Tenaga Nasional Berhad (TNB), the largest electricity company in Malaysia, has partnered with Opower (NYSE: OPWR), the global leader in cloud software for the utility industry, to launch a pilot customer engagement program that will help customers manage their energy use and save money on their monthly electricity bills.”

    Malaysia’s Tenaga Nasional Berhad Launches Customer Engagement Program with Opower

    August 13, 2015

  • “Tenaga Nasional Bhd (TNB) is partnering with NYSE-listed Opower to provide a pilot customer engagement programme that will help customers manage their energy use and save money on their monthly electricity bills.With the partnership, TNB will be the first utility company in Southeast Asia to unveil a programme of this kind.”

    TNB partners with Opower to provide customer engagement programme

    August 11, 2015

  • “With a high of 27 degrees Celsius, last Friday was a hot one in Ottawa and also the kind of day where utilities struggle to meet demand. So Hydro Ottawa declared it a summer saving day - one of several planned for the season. Sent messages the day before to customers to ask them to save energy during the peak demand period of noon to 5pm. Afterward, it sent them a notice telling them how they ranked in a pool of 100 of their neighbors. Heidi Pfeiffer discovered her house ranked 4th in efficiency...”

    Hydro Ottawa declares summer saving day

    July 15, 2015

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