Eliq Wins Energy Monitoring Solution Award
Eliq recognised as industry leader at international energy conference in London, UK.
Gothenburg, Sweden (February 3rd, 2017) — Eliq, the Swedish energy engagement company has won the Energy Monitoring Solution of the Year award at the 8th Smart Energy Europe and Future Utility Summit in London, UK. The award is in appreciation of the company's new energy engagement app, which was deployed across Scandinavia in 2016.
Eliq has partnered with utilities such as Norwegian energy retailers Eidsiva Energi and Gudbrandsdal Energi in bringing its solutions to market, increasing customer engagement and driving the development of new revenue service-based revenue models for its partners.
In 2017, Eliq is poised to expand into new markets and further accelerate its product development.
The Eliq app enables consumers to track, understand and manage their energy consumption in real-time, rendering tremendous savings for the user with an increased convenience and peace of mind. The app feeds data off the company’s own IoT sensors for real-time data capture or works with 3rd party data capture devices.
As regulators in countries such as France, the U.K. and Ireland call for large scale deployments of solutions to help consumers manage their energy, the company expects the market to grow rapidly in the next few years.
"We are thrilled to see the excitement our product is creating outside of Scandinavia, now that we’re introducing it on the European market." said Håkan Ludvigson, CEO of Eliq. "European energy retailers need to adopt new business models and new technology to reshape its business for the future – and the future is all about the data."
+46 722 592258
Read more about Eliq on
Eliq is an energy management company, dedicated to improving the way we use energy in our everyday life, using machine-learning analytics and the impending smart home.
We provide our solutions to innovative utilities, allowing them to grow their customer relationship by increased engagement and adopt new, data-driven business models.