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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on August 27, 2014. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on August 27, 2014. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Senior Control Engineer||Boston, MA|
|Web Developer||Boston, MA|
|Senior Control Engineer||Providence, RI|
|Project Manager||Boston, MA|
|Control Engineer - KSA||Boston, MA|
|Sales & Marketing Intern||Boston, MA|
|Product Engineering Intern||Boston, MA|
|Software Engineer||Boston, MA|
|Quality Assurance Engineer Intern||New York, NY|
It’s easy to take electricity for granted. When we plug something in, it usually works. If it doesn’t, the problem probably isn’t with the outlet (though I have had that happen). Our electric system has been around for well over a century, which is why it’s so reliable. However, keeping it up to date still requires a lot of innovation. That’s where Utilidata comes in. They’re a Providence, RI based company that delivers “value to utilities and large energy users by improving operational decisions through the use of new data extraction and digital processing techniques.” We all know that measurement is usually the first step in improvement, and that’s why Utilidata is all about using data to optimize energy efficiencies.
It’s funny. We all use electricity, but very few of us have understanding of how utilities generate and deliver power. That’s starting to change as more and more students take up an interest in energy efficiency and other green industries. You can read up on Utilidata’s product called AdaptiVolt here. While Utilidata is focused on serving utilities, its offerings have obvious benefits for energy consumers as well. If applying “a real-time, data-driven approach to help address some of the utility industry’s biggest challenges” sounds interesting to you, check out Utilidata’s Careers page along with their latest job postings in the lefthand sidebar.
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