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Innowatts’ SaaS platform transforms how energy providers understand and serve their customers. We use AI and learnings from more than 43 million global meters to help energy retailers, utilities and grid operators unlock meter-level data, understand their customers and make businesses processes automated and smarter. The result? A more reliable grid, a more profitable position, better customer experiences and a sustainable energy future.
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Energy Utilities & Grid Operators
Make data-driven decisions for superior grid maintenance, reliability, product innovation and sustainability.
Leverage AI-enhanced processes for greater customer engagement, risk management, gross margin and sustainability.
We capture data at the meter level, bridging the gap between energy providers and their customers and ratepayers.
We collect usage information as often as every 15 minutes, delivering unrivaled data for more precise customer insights.
Advanced AI and machine learning are the foundation of our platform, providing business intelligence for better decisions.
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