Beyond Analytics: Software is Enabling Modern Energy Management
Beyond Analytics: Software is Enabling Modern Energy Management

Beyond Analytics: Software is Enabling Modern Energy Management


Energy management is moving beyond just analytics as more and more organizations seek to make data driven decisions about their buildings. Hear how some of the largest organizations in the world are using a unified platform with a single interface to not only expose core energy analytics and benchmarking but to enable building optimizations with cloud control - one step closer to a future of connected buildings.



Will Coleman

Will is Lucid’s CEO. Will has been involved in the building technology industry for over a decade as an investor and entrepreneur. He was a partner at Mohr Davidow Ventures and founded Onramp Capital. Will has worked with companies including Honest Buildings, Phylagen, Academic Partners, and GE. He has been a leader in clean technology innovation testifying multiple times before the U.S. Senate and Congress. At Lucid Will sees the opportunity to transform an age-old industry with technology. Will is on the advisory boards of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, the Berkeley Energy & Climate Institute, and the Governing Council of the Wilderness Society. Will holds an AB magna cum laude from Harvard University, an MBA from the Haas School of Business, and an MS in Energy & Resources from UC Berkeley.

Claire Curtin
Program Manager
Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory

Claire Curtin is a Program Manager at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, managing the DOE-funded Smart Energy Analytics Campaign and supporting technical research on energy management and information systems (EMIS). She has managed or contributed to projects on building commissioning, energy efficiency in video gaming systems and cybersecurity in commercial buildings.  Prior to joining LBNL, Claire spent eight years overseeing utility programs implementation for Automated Demand Response technologies at Global Energy Partners and EnerNOC. Claire started her professional experience as a video game designer/producer and is one of the designers of The Sims by Electronic Arts.