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Company Overview of FirstFuel Software, Inc.
FirstFuel Software, Inc. develops an energy analytics platform for commercial buildings. The company offers a remote, automated Rapid Building Assessment platform that uses building consumption data from the utility to produce building analysis and energy savings. It focuses on providing a game-changing energy efficiency platform for utilities and commercial building owners. The company’s remote building assessment is delivered through its interactive online portal. FirstFuel Software, Inc. was formerly known as iBLogix Inc. and changed its name to FirstFuel Software, Inc. in August 2011. The company was incorporated in 2009 and is based in Lexington, Massachusetts.
420 Bedford Street
Lexington, MA 02420
Founded in 2009
Key Executives for FirstFuel Software, Inc.
Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Co-Founder and Senior Vice President of Products and Buildings
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
FirstFuel Software, Inc. Key Developments
FirstFuel Software, Inc. Presents at DNV GL's 26th Retail Energy Executive Forum, May-07-2015 03:00 PM
Apr 14 15
FirstFuel Software, Inc. Presents at DNV GL's 26th Retail Energy Executive Forum, May-07-2015 03:00 PM. Venue: Charleston Place Hotel, Charleston, South Carolina, United States. Speakers: Indran Ratnathicam, Vice President Marketing & Strategy.
FirstFuel Appoints Tom Rikert to the Board of Directors
Apr 8 15
Tom Rikert, partner at Next World Capital, will join FirstFuel's Board of Directors.
E.ON Taps FirstFuel Software to Help British Small and Medium-Sized Businesses Benefit from Energy Saving Analysis and Tools
Dec 2 14
FirstFuel Software announced it has been tapped by E.ON to help British small and medium-sized businesses (SMEs) benefit from energy saving analysis and tools which are usually only available to larger industrial and commercial businesses. E.ON’s new Energy Toolkit is simple and intuitive and offers personalized and relevant information tailored to a business’s characteristics and needs. The tool gives customers insight into their energy consumption, allowing them to monitor buildings and audit their activities before implementing changes. It is being trialled by around 20,000 E.ON customers before being offered to hundreds of thousands more from early 2015. The Energy Toolkit gives customers their own analysis conducted for each building, complete with an online web portal showing energy consumption and costs as well as a series of energy saving actions that could have significant impact on a business’s bottom line. Using simple pieces of customer information, like electricity consumption data and addresses, the tool also takes on board local weather patterns, building data and other information to identify energy use patterns and calculate where and how the business can cut its energy use.
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