Energy Intelligence Worldwide, Corp. is installing its Energy Consumption Optimizer (ECO) software-as-a-service in a large indoor shopping center and hotel in the heart of Singapore.
This installation is scheduled to be followed by ECO installations in high-rise office buildings and other hotels owned by the same international building developer and operator.
Owners of large properties with building control systems can cut operating costs by more than 20 percent by using ECO. The software uses artificial intelligence to dynamically optimize HVAC systems, autonomously, in real time, thereby reducing energy consumption and costs.
“Our expansion into Singapore and adding an office in Asia came as a result of adding WEnergy Global to our global Affiliate/Agent network. They are a global provider of renewable energy systems solutions. Market research indicated that there are more than 4,300 high-rise buildings concentrated in an area of less than one-fourth the size of Jacksonville,” EIWCorp CEO Herrald Jonkers said.
WEnergy Global agents, Jonkers, and EIWCorp Engineering Solutions Inventor Thamir Massraf presented the ECO software for large HVAC systems at the 2013 International Green Building Conference in Singapore in September. The conference drew more than 40,000 attendees and EIWCorp representatives discussed ECO with a variety of potential clients from both the private and public sectors throughout Southeast Asia.
EIWCorp also has added sales offices in Dallas, San Francisco, and Flintshire, Wales in the United Kingdom within two years of launching. Jonkers credits the company’s growth in part to the assistance it has received through iStart Jax and other entrepreneurial support groups.
As one of the top 10 technology startups, EIWCorp was recognized by iStart Jax during the 2012 Global Entrepreneurship Week.
“iStart Jax is committed to the success of technology-based startups in the region, and we are pleased with EIWCorp’s growth,” iStart Jax CEO Yash Nath said. “Its success emanates from its innovative technology solutions and its leaders’ eagerness to learn from others how best to bring those services to market.”
EIWCorp plans to add an office in South America next, since it has contracted with EcoFuze and Infinite ECO Solutions to identify marketing opportunities in Central and South America. “Utility providers cannot keep up with increased electricity demands there,” Jonkers said.
The company also plans to expand its Jacksonville headquarters, adding as many as 45 jobs — tripling its current workforce — within the next three years.
“Building owners’ strong interest in our powerful HVAC efficiency solution is fueling EIWCorp’s rapid growth,” Jonkers said.
“We are thrilled to hear about EIWCorp’s growth in the recent past. This is a testimonial to startups creating jobs. Congratulations to EIWCorp and we are glad to be associated through the journey” said MJ Charmani, Chairman and Founder of iStart Jax.
For more information on EIWCorp or its ECO software for large HVAC systems, go to http://www.eiwcorp.com/ or call 1-904-398-9004.
Jacksonville, Fla.-based Energy Intelligence Worldwide Corp. reduces HVAC energy consumption and energy cost in large buildings. EIWCorp’s flagship product, the Energy Consumption Optimizer (ECO) software-as-a-service, uses artificial intelligence to dynamically optimize HVAC systems, autonomously, in real time, 24/7/365, reducing energy use and energy cost in large commercial buildings by more than 20 percent with no upfront cost, if a building control system is present. Website: www.eiwcorp.com
iStart Jax is a Non-Profit, 501(c) (3), Business Accelerator for Technology based Startups in North East Florida. Our goal is to provide world class resources for aspiring entrepreneurs to turn their creative ideas into growing Tech Startups. iStart Jax offers free web applications to Crowd source and Project Manage Startups. We sponsor programs such as Startup Weekend, Google Boot camp, Monthly workshops to accelerate the growth of Startup community. iStart Jax partners with investors to help fund the startup ideas. Affiliated programs include Microsoft BizSpark, 1M\1M Silicon Valley Incubator, F6S and Startup Florida. We help redefine the startup ecosystem with the support of local and global resources by providing Northeast Florida with a viable pool of startups and entrepreneurs. Website: www.istartjax.org
The Energy Consumption Optimizer, from Energy Intelligence Worldwide, has been short-listed for the "Energy Saving Product of the Year" category of the 2014 CIBSE Building Performance Awards, Sponsored by Spirotech.
On Tuesday 11 February 2014, the winner will be chosen from the 10 short-listed companies that have been selected through nomination for the Energy Saving Product of the Year CIBSE Award. The awards dinner and ceremony will take place at the 5-star Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, London, UK. All shortlisted entrants will be showcased and the winner announced by a celebrity host.
The shortlist announcement has been featured in pages 30-32 of the the full circulation of the CISBE Journal (circa. 18,000), the CIBSE Journal Awards Supplement (which is distributed to over 800 guests at the awards dinner), on the CIBSE awards website and CIBSE Journal website.
Bank of America, Energy Intelligence Worldwide Corp and Total Quality Logistics plan to expand in Jacksonville. Projects combined will generate up to $14 million in capital investment and 320 high-wage jobs Read Full Story.
EIWC is a Florida corporation headquartered in Jacksonville that was incorporated in 2011 to provide energy management solutions that lower resource consumption and reduce energy expenses. EIWC is interested in locating its global corporate headquarters and energy monitoring center at 100 N. Laura St. in Downtown Jacksonville. The project would create 45 new full-time, high-wage jobs with a private capital investment up to approximately $674,000. "We are excited to locate our Global Headquarters and Energy Management Center in Downtown Jacksonville,” said Herrald Jonkers, EIWC's President & CEO. “We chose Jacksonville over other cities because of its advancing international business climate, strategic location and quality of life."
Legislation will be introduced to City Council today that would help enable Bank of America, EIWC and Total Quality Logistics to create up to 320 new jobs and make a $14 million capital investment in our community. “We are thrilled that Bank of America, Energy Intelligence Worldwide and Total Quality Logistics want to expand in our region,” said JAX Chamber interim president and CEO and JAXUSA Partnership President Jerry Mallot. “These projects demonstrate the tremendous confidence business leaders have in our region."
Energy Intelligence Worldwide wins Innovation Award for Energy Reduction
"We are excited to join the chapter in their vision to create a sustainable region and green buildings for all within this generation, through collaborative education, leadership and action, said Herrald Jonkers, President and CEO."
Building Design and Construction Awards: This category is intended to recognize new construction and major renovation projects that have achieved superior sustainability results in their design and construction
Global Green Award: This award recognizes the work of project team members who implement sustainable design and construction strategies on projects they contribute to throughout the world.
Building Operations and Maintenance Award: This category is intended to recognize existing building projects that have achieved superior sustainability results in performance and building management
Residential Green Build Award: This award recognizes a single family or custom home that have achieved superior sustainability results in the design and construction of the project.
Green Hero: This award is intended to recognize members of the community who have made a significant impact on sustainability in North Florida.
Green Initiative Award: This award recognizes activities, initiatives, programs, and concepts that have made a significant impact on sustainability in North Florida.
Green Business of the Year: This award recognizes businesses that have a proven track record and exemplify a long-term commitment to sustainability.
Eco4cloud receives cloud computing award at the UP-START 2012 conference
UP 2012 brought together a global alliance of thought leaders, professionals, corporations and users to expand their cloud-based opportunities through panels, workshops, and talks.
The prestigious UP-START AWARDS recognize the very best of the best, their extraordinary achievements and result from a vote from people at the heart of the cloud. Eco4cloud was recognized as 2012′s Best Data Center Infrastructure Management Solution because of its unique data center efficiency solution and its associated performance results.
The award was accepted by Herrald Jonkers, CEO of Energy Intelligence Worldwide, Corp. on behalf of eco4cloud. The collaboration between eco4cloud and Energy Intelligence Worldwide Corp has been successful and profitable by introducing its Data Center Efficiency Solution to the American market.
The award is an important recognition of eco4cloud, as the 2012 UP-START Cloud Awards are now established in the cloud community as the de-facto recognition platform to cultivate the understanding, appreciation and advancement of the contribution of cloud computing to the business and technology community. The third annual international UP 2012 cloud computing conference involved 180,000 members of the Cloud Computing Community and took a deeper look into core and emerging areas of cloud computing. More information is available at www.up-con.com.
Energy Intelligence Worldwide, Corp. is recognized as one of the Top 10 Tech Start-ups by iSTART JAX
With Florida’s continuing emphasis on growing tech sector jobs, companies that have innovative technology solutions are an ever more important part of the State’s economic landscape. The iSTART JAX initiative is intended to showcase the rise of S.T.E.M. (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) based enterprises in the region. EIW Corp has already garnered an international following with their Energy Consumption Optimizer System (ECO System). The proprietary technology provides a cloud-based energy-saving solution for commercial and multi-unit buildings that has been responsible for significant energy cost reduction.
“Our clients are finding that the return on investment is so rapid that implementing the system is a no-brainer,” said company President, Herrald Jonkers. In one Jacksonville building for example, the cost of electricity was reduced by more than 15%.
The company’s mission to “Help humanity consume energy in responsible ways,” is expected to have a positive and global impact on the use of fossil fuels, clean air, and customer facilities operating costs.
Noesis Energy puts businesses in control of their energy management costs. Combining big data services, energy analytics and industry expertise, our free and premium data services help energy professionals track energy performance and identify opportunities to reduce usage and costs. Noesis Energy is backed by Black Coral Capital and Austin Ventures and maintains offices in Austin, Texas and Cambridge, Ontario, Canada. For more information, visit www.noesisenergy.com.
Noesis has created a network of Energy Consultants to serve the needs of facilities beyond our Cloud-based Energy Management Tools. Our experts advise on everything from energy audits to specifying, financing, installing and maintaining your investment in energy conservation. Noesis Energy Advisors can be there with you in your facility providing detailed, unbiased expertise in every facets of energy management. Advisor Partners are carefully trained in all aspects of using the Noesis platform to complement their areas of specialty to maximize savings to your bottom line.