Posted by Thomas Tuttle on March 3, 2016
DURHAM, NC – PlotWatt announced that it has been named to the 2016 cohort of Energy Excelerator, the nation’s largest and most active investor in clean-tech technologies. PlotWatt was selected from more than 200 applicants to receive up to $1M in grant funds to promote its energy-efficiency solution to small-to-medium sized businesses in Hawaii and the Asia Pacific.
Posted by Will Duckett on February 2, 2016
Every now and then an offer comes along that really is as good as it seems. PlotWatt’s free energy pilot falls into that category. As we prepare to expand our success with quick service restaurants into new small to medium business segments, we need to gather data and insights that will help us baseline current energy usage in order to tailor our solution.
Posted by Roger Deslauriers on February 2, 2016
My brother-in-law and I have owned a dozen Dunkin Donuts locations in Massachusetts and Florida; it’s a business that my father started back in 1959 and it has been part of our family ever since. I’d like to address some of the most common questions I get about our business’ commitment to green.
Posted by Marco Loeffke on October 10, 2015
We work with a lot of quick service restaurant owners, and one of the hot topics of conversation these days is outdoor LED lights. While lighting typically represents less than 15 percent of a company’s overall electric bill, we support good practices across the board, as long as they also make good financial sense.