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Energy is getting more expensive.
I think -- that's pretty clear even with the natural gas prices coming down.
They're not gonna get much -- they're only gonna go up from here.
And you -- keeps changing and it's changing fast in fact Citigroup says -- -- 37 trillion dollar industry here's how to companies are cash and -- should not see you -- eco.
Florio says fundamental shifts and energy markets which consumes it changed the -- think that out.
Use -- all the way that the iPhone has changed the way people use.
You know apps and you know email for example.
The same way I think as loads.
Which electricity who has become more connected to the -- -- People know how to -- there -- loads more efficiently.
-- not his company which.
Currently in place twenty people -- -- ice -- model that lets consumers turn off power plants is not and you preventing it.
Use our content online control -- -- schedules in monitoring is the eagle also provides utilities cloud based energy efficiencies.
Jeffrey -- president and great power is taken different approach to capitalizing on changing energy and we see our prices going up and we -- as an opportunity and especially as distributed generation like solar power and -- generation technologies -- less expensive.
Where we see this -- crossing -- really lots of opportunity for new technologies and more -- Great power brokers -- greens solutions.
Currently operating efficiently.
Clinton scorecard -- -- -- we have the software that tracks the performance of buildings using utility bills analyze -- carefully.
And so what were were able to see when building performance falls outside of -- expected.
And so make targeted interventions -- to -- consumers.
And users and companies money in -- tumultuous power -- And -- profits will.
I think the mark you'll expand as utilities -- are beginning to incorporate a lot of these modern technologies.
Which make energy efficiency.
More accessible and readily available to most customers and eat lunch for Edwards might be on this as -- -- city sank within 37 trillion dollars.
There's likely to invest in energy efficiency between Allen 2035 -- of the burgeoning global economic.
From New York Adam Samson Fox Business.
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