Urjanet’s SPARK16 Brings Industry Leaders Together
The world’s leading provider of automated utility bill and interval data will host its Annual Energy & Sustainability Conference in Atlanta on Sept. 15th
ATLANTA — September 8, 2016 — Urjanet today announced its fourth-annual Energy & Sustainability Conference, SPARK16, which will be held at the Georgia Tech Global Learning Center in Atlanta. This exclusive, invite-only event brings together leading experts and professionals in data innovation, energy management, and corporate sustainability. The goal of SPARK is simple: to create a uniquely collaborative forum where like-minded people will share ideas and knowledge on the challenges, solution strategies, and best practices of their fields.
“Given the constantly evolving nature of our industry, SPARK provides a valuable opportunity for experts and decision-makers to discuss and debate their strategies for driving change at the intersection of energy, sustainability, and technology,” said Sanjoy Malik, Urjanet’s CEO. “Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the energy and sustainability landscape, find out about new and exciting innovations, and identify opportunities for improvement within their own organizations.”
A unique combination of education and networking, SPARK offers a chance for attendees to accelerate their industry knowledge and forge valuable connections that last long after the event ends. SPARK16 will feature a collection of experts, commercial companies, and leading solutions providers, including professionals from U.S. EPA ENERGY STAR, Delta Air Lines, InterContinental Hotel Group, Ingersoll Rand, Schneider Electric, Navigant Research, Institute for Market Transformation, and many more.
Top energy, sustainability, facilities, and procurement decision-makers, along with energy management solutions providers will convene in the form of interactive panel discussions, industry-specialized breakout sessions, and thought-provoking presentations. After gaining unrivaled industry insights, attendees will expand their learning and networking opportunities at the Porsche Experience after-party, tearing around the Porsche test track while building valuable business partnerships.
“Delta is proud to be on the front lines of transforming how we view sustainability. I look forward to sharing our challenges and insights with our industry peers,” said Steve Tochilin, General Manager of Environmental Sustainability at Delta Air Lines.
“We’ve seen the use of data and IoT completely revolutionize the fields of energy efficiency and sustainability management,” said Benjamin Freas, Principal Research Analyst at Navigant Research. “It will be interesting to discuss at SPARK how these changes are having a real impact on executives from a diverse array of industries.”
SPARK16 is sponsored by a number of leading organizations including Current powered by GE, UL EHSS, AvidXchange, Dude Solutions, Lucid, thinkstep, EnerNOC, Yardi, Rubicon Global, Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance, Cognosos, Vertaeon, and eSight Energy.
Urjanet’s mission is to provide the world with easy access to automated utility data. Our cloud-based platform connects directly to utilities to seamlessly acquire and normalize disparate utility bill and interval data. The processed data is delivered directly to industry-leading business applications.
Public and private organizations across the world use Urjanet data to achieve sustainability goals and reduce energy consumption and cost. Urjanet is rapidly becoming the global standard for utility data and powers applications from the leading energy and sustainability solutions providers. Urjanet is a privately-held company headquartered in Atlanta, Georgia. For more information, visit urjanet.com.