Advanced energy analytics company Retroficiency is demonstrating how meter analytics can help unlock operational savings in commercial buildings.
A panel of 25 industry judges selected Retroficiency's Building Efficiency Intelligence platform as a product of the year. The publication notes that "BEI enables utilities to continuously assess and address the efficiency needs of massive commercial portfolios quickly, accurately and at scale."
Sustainia selected Retroficiency's Building Efficiency Intelligence platform as one of the state-of-the-art innovations featured in the Sustainia100 2014, an annual study on 100 leading sustainability innovations deployed throughout global markets.
Retroficiency was voted as one of the Smart Grid Companies to Watch in 2014 via Smart Grid News.
Forbes named Retroficiency as one of America's Most Promising Companies for 2014.
Retroficiency was selected as a winner of the 2013 Utility Technology Challenge, which is hosted jointly with the Defense Energy Challenge as part of the annual Defense Energy Summit.
GigaOM named Retroficiency as an energy data startup to watch in 2013 for creating data analytics that “can give a building (or a group of buildings) an energy audit remotely.”
The Boston Business Journal named Retroficiency a 2013 winner of its Best Green Practices award, which honors local companies for accomplishments in design, innovation, invention, and workplace strides. BBJ recognized Retroficiency for its Building Efficiency Intelligence platform invention.
Lead 411 recognized Retroficiency as one of the fastest growing technology companies in Boston and the surrounding areas for 2013. The list showcases companies with outstanding performance in their fields — software, wireless, Internet, hardware, or media.
Out of more than 150 initial applicants for the 2012 Utility Technology Challenge, Retroficiency was selected by a panel of industry judges as one of three innovative technology providers to conduct a real-world pilot at a utility organization, which included sharing $100,000 in demonstration funds.
BusinessWeek named Retroficiency as one of America’s Most Promising Social Entrepreneurs in 2012. The magazine’s editors reviewed more than 300 applicants to determine the best for-profit organizations that are “building promising businesses that tackle social ills.”
Retroficiency’s Building Efficiency Intelligence Platform was selected for the 2012 Mass Technology Leadership Council (MassTLC) Innovative Energy Technology of the Year Award. A committee of more than 40 industry executives, thought leaders, and media were involved with the nominee selection process and determined the winners.
TechAmerica Foundation picked Retroficiency as one of the top products in the Green Tech category for the 2012 American Technology Awards, which bestow only “Best Of” awards that recognize all technology products and services for the technology industry.
Retroficiency was named a finalist for the 2012 Red Herring 100 North America.