SOURCE: Retroficiency


April 17, 2012 09:45 ET

Retroficiency Quadruples Growth, Evaluates More Than 100 Million Square Feet of Building Space

The Building Efficiency Intelligence Company Sees Significant Exponential Growth and Seeks New Talent to Support the Increased Demand of Energy Analytics Software Platform

BOSTON, MA--(Marketwire - Apr 17, 2012) - Retroficiency, provider of the on-demand Building Efficiency Intelligence (BEI) platform, today announced it surpassed the 100 million square feet mark in total building space evaluated. In October, Retroficiency announced its 25 million square feet evaluated milestone, which took approximately six months to reach. Only six months later, the company quadrupled its total square feet in building space, spurred by new customer wins and greater penetration amongst its existing base.

Retroficiency allows energy service companies (ESCOs), utilities, facilities managers and building owners and investors to prioritize high potential buildings and evaluate thousands of efficiency measures in minutes. Retroficiency's Virtual Energy Assessment (VEA) solution can determine savings opportunities across a large portfolio without ever going on-site, while its Automated Energy Audit (AEA) streamlines the traditional energy audit process by up to 80%.

"In the past year, we have seen a strong market need for solutions that can bring scale to building energy efficiency by evaluating opportunities more quickly and inexpensively," said Bennett Fisher, CEO of Retroficiency. "Right now, we're focused on adding new customers and bringing in new talent to further develop our offerings. I'm really proud of our team, and I'm looking forward to what's ahead."

With an estimated potential building retrofit market of more than $400 billion, and one-third of all buildings ripe for a major green retrofit, Retroficiency is well positioned to capitalize on the opportunity. According to Pike Research, energy efficiency projects could save more than $40 billion in annual commercial building energy spending each year. Additionally, a recent study from Deutsche Bank estimates green retrofits could save buildings $1 trillion in energy spending.

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About Retroficiency, Inc.
Retroficiency enables energy service providers and utilities to cost-effectively prioritize high potential commercial buildings and evaluate thousands of energy efficiency measures in minutes. Our Building Efficiency Intelligence (BEI) platform delivers accurate, actionable insights and recommendations aligned with target goals. Retroficiency is trusted by some of the largest utilities and energy service providers in the world. For more information, please visit

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