Using behavioural insight to make energy smarter
Founding Year: 2016
Location: Cambridge, UK
SMAP Energy was born after three years of research by Cambridge Energy Data Lab and the University of Cambridge. During this period, the team developed a novel algorithmic technique for quantifying and extracting elements of energy consumer behaviour – including flexibility to shift consumption and predicted response to price incentives – that relied only on standardized elements of smart-meter data collection.
This algorithm – which we have demonstrated across several real-world data sets – unlocked a deep variety of capabilities in providing customer insight to enable strategic action and value-added services. We’ve built the algorithm and our team’s depth of knowledge in energy data analysis into our software as a service (SaaS) product, Smart Meter Analytics Platform (SMAP).
Team Members: Yohei Kiguchi; Giuseppe Vettigli; Paul Monroe