Managing Energy at the Speed of Electrons
Jacqueline DeSouza, President at Apparent, and Maggie Alexander, Apparent’s Director of Business Development joins the Green Business Podcast Show.
Apparent is the leading clean energy management company offering enterprise software and connected hardware solutions for greater renewable energy integration.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guests Jacqueline DeSouza & Maggie Alexander discuss the following:
- What is intelligent energy management and why is it important?
- How is Apparent different from its competition?
- Why is it important for customers to understand how to manage their energy? What does a customer gain with an Apparent solution?
- Why does speed in energy management matter and how is that part of your business?
- Why is energy management so important for the growth of the all-electric economy?
Apparent is the leading clean energy management company offering enterprise software and connected hardware solutions for greater renewable energy integration, meeting current and future electricity grid needs.
Headquartered in Novato, California, the company’s bi-directional platform manages one electron at a time using machine learning to sense energy, direct electrons, and meet demand. This real-time, digital energy management results in significant energy cost savings to end-customers, and offers communication and control for the energy market.
Founded in 2011, Apparent holds over 40 US and international patents, with an additional 50 patents pending and has 35MW of energy under communication and control.
Jacqueline DeSouza is the President at Apparent. Previously she worked at a private legal and consulting firm she founded to work with start-ups and emerging companies. She received a Bachelor of Science in International Economics and Mathematics from George Mason University and a Juris Doctorate from the University of California Hastings’ College of the Law.
Maggie Alexander is the Director of Business Development at Apparent, Inc., where she leads commercialization and product deployment efforts for Apparent’s intelligent energy management systems, specifically the development and execution of Apparent’s strategy for behind-the-meter distributed energy resources. Prior to her work with energy technologies, Maggie worked on international climate change policy and implemented projects on three continents. Maggie has more than a decade of experience in business and project development, establishing partnerships and programs with national and international governments, environmental organizations, electric utilities and technology companies. She holds a B.A. in Journalism and an M.Sc. in Environmental Sciences and Policy.
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