Following months of safer-at-home policies and quarantines, how and where we consume energy has dramatically changed. As we continue to settle into remote work arrangements, the enhanced functionality of the Copper Labs app now empowers consumers to manage energy loads — and their bills — when it matters most.
The annual E Source Forum is always a good time — and we always learn a lot by attending. This year, there’s a significant amount of informative topics to look forward to, and this post highlights four of our favorites.
Boulder’s Copper Labs is helping utilities become more efficient, providing real-time energy usage data to the consumers and companies with a wireless solution.
The company announced Thursday that it has raised $2 million in new financing to further build out its product and team.
24 Colorado companies were approved to receive Proof-of-Concept and Early Stage Capital and Retention grants, which fund companies commercializing innovative technologies to create viable products that meet a market need and can be created or manufactured in Colorado and exported globally.
One Colorado company – Copper Labs – successfully met all of its performance milestones and was approved for $100,000 of second-round or “transition” funding.
The internet of things (IoT) is a megatrend influencing nearly every industry, and few more so than energy utilities. The confluence of reliable, low-cost wireless technology, greater industrial automation, and data analytics is leading to a more responsive energy grid that lowers costs for both utilities providers and consumers.
Copper Labs, based in Boulder, Colorado, is one company helping make this trend a reality. Founded by IoT veterans, the startup is giving energy a voice through user-friendly energy monitoring devices.
Copper Labs was among the 24 Colorado start-ups approved for funding this year as part of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade (OEDIT)’s Advanced Industries Accelerator Grant Program.