SensorSuite® Inc. would like to extend a warm welcome to our newest Senior Advisor of Energy and Utilities, David Graham. David is a strategic executive with over 20 years experience in the energy sector – with a focus on project management, marketing and implementation.
David has spent much of his working life supporting the application of technology related solutions for utilities and their customers, and actively managing within organizations like the OPA, Enersource, and Ontario Hydro.
“All electric baseboard heated MURBs have been an ongoing challenge for Utilities and customers, and there really has been no viable solution to address the associated high bill complaints – until now. I met the SensorSuite team at an industry event a short time ago and instantly saw the potential for their solutions. I am excited to support the roll out of their complete IoT line across the Utility sector”, said David Graham.
“It’s a known fact that approximately 55-60% of an existing building’s expenses are for operations, maintenance and retrofit initiatives. Our desire through our IoT technology is to enable Utility providers to closely monitor and control zones of buildings on a grid level to help optimize the system. Our game-changing IoT solutions address electricity, gas and water applications and ultimately the overall operational efficiency of buildings and energy networks”, said Robert Platek, SensorSuite’s CEO.
“We are thrilled to have David join our team and bring his incredible energy sector experience to SensorSuite.”
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SensorSuite develops real-time building intelligence cloud platforms for reducing operational risks and improving the efficiency of buildings. The company creates solutions using leading-edge sensors, cloud analytics, building controls, and software interfaces to reduce energy costs, increase occupant comfort, and allow owners and occupants to extract more value out of their respective space(s).