Author archive for Aaron Goldfeder

  • EnergySavvy website

    Message from the EnergySavvy CEO: Our New Website

    As a member of the EnergySavvy community, I’m excited to share our newly launched EnergySavvy.com website with you. Not only does the site…

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  • Aaron Goldfeder

    A note from the CEO: 5 Things You Didn’t Know About EnergySavvy

    Time is flying! EnergySavvy is celebrating eight years of serving the utility industry. From the earliest days of our leading digital…

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  • Aaron Goldfeder

    Cultivating Entrepreneurialism at EnergySavvy

    This week EnergySavvy received the wonderful news that I’ve been selected as a finalist for EY’s Entrepreneur Of The Year®…

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  • Customer experience transformation

    EnergySavvy Launches Fifth Gen Cloud Platform and Announces Funding

    The utility industry is going through an exciting transformation, bringing new challenges and opportunities. Some of the challenges that utilities…

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  • EnergySavvy Earth Day Video – Dinos vs. Peeps

    Today, on Earth Day, we were attacked… Imperial Peeps threatened our office and the future of energy efficiency. Witness the…

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  • Lost Dino

    Online Energy Audit – What’s the Use?

    Sure, online energy audit tools are nifty, but do they do anything useful? Common sense would suggest an online energy…

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  • Software Opportunities in Energy Efficiency

    From Software to Energy Efficiency

    My Journey from Microsoft to the Clean Tech Industry Aaron Goldfeder, CEO EnergySavvy In May 2008, I left my corporate…

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  • Home Energy Retrofit vs Microsoft - 5 Year Investment Returns

    Home Energy Retrofits Outperform Microsoft Stock (Especially with Home Star)

    The Home Star Retrofit Act of 2010 passed the House yesterday with bi-partisan support to reach the goals of both…

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  • Home Star Passes the House!

    Great news for homeowners, the climate and the economy: the House passed Home Star Energy Retrofit Act of 2010! In…

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  • April at EnergySavvy

    Wow.  What a month.  Tax day came and went…  at last count, most of us managed to file our personal…

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