Nelson S. McDuffie, mayor of Delray Beach, says, “The entrepreneurial environment in Delray Beach continues to grow and we’re pleased to add innovative clean technology companies like GridGlo to our city. New cleantech businesses like GridGlo bring job growth and interesting new employment opportunities to Delray Beach.”
Gregg Weiss, Chairman of the Greater Delray Beach Chamber Of Commerce, notes, “It’s great to see high-profile, emerging clean-tech companies settle in Delray Beach, and I’m excited beyond words that GridGlo choose our city for its headquarters. GridGlo is a great addition to the Delray community.”
While advanced metering technologies generate enormous amounts of valuable energy usage data, most utilities are not able to aggregate and analyze it effectively. GridGlo’s data fusion platform handles huge volumes of streaming energy consumption data and also combines this information with other data sources such as demographic, financial, weather, and appliance data to help utility companies manage energy resources more effectively.
Isaias Sudit, GridGlo founder and CEO adds: “South Florida is quickly becoming a key innovation hub for emerging clean and green technology companies, making Delray Beach an ideal spot for GridGlo’s new corporate headquarters. We are particularly grateful for the interest and opportunity provided by community leaders and we look forward to building our business in Delray Beach.”
GridGlo is a private company that works with utilities, OEMs, application developers, and other customers to integrate consumer behavioral data with energy consumption data. For more information, visit www.gridglo.com.