Built in Collaboration with NREL, Firm's Platform Dramatically Reduces Time, Expense and Complexity
DENVER (May 7, 2018)—simuwatt announced today that it has been added to the Multiple Award Schedule by the United States General Services Administration (GSA). simuwatt is a small business revolutionizing how government-owned and -managed buildings can quickly and affordably perform energy assessments and audits in order to comply with EISA energy efficiency regulations. simuwatt offers an innovative tablet and desktop software application that dramatically lowers the cost and time associated with providing high quality building energy assessments. simuwatt's price list and catalog of products and services is now available on the GSA Advantage website and can be found here.
"From working with the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) in Colorado to New York City, simuwatt's Energy Auditor platform has been a trusted partner to local and state governments in reducing the time and fees associated with energy analyses of government buildings," said Oliver Davis, CEO of simuwatt. "The GSA Schedule is the most widely used acquisition vehicle in the federal government, and we look forward to working closely with federal, state and local customers."
Key features of simuwatt's patented software platform include standardized data collection interfaces, an integrated library of energy conservation data and enterprise collaboration tools. These features organize and create analysis-ready reports and models, and facilitate enhanced compliance with regulations associated with EISA and the Federal Energy Management Program (FEMP). Together, they can help save millions of taxpayer dollars in both energy costs and reduced audit costs.
Inclusion on the IT Schedule 70 means that simuwatt has been vetted as a responsible supplier, pricing has been determined to be fair and reasonable and that the company is in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations. It is one of the largest contracts in government used by agencies to purchase technology products and services. Schedule 70 also allows state and local governments to procure simuwatt's Energy Auditor platform and services. simuwatt's inclusion in the GSA IT Schedule 70 includes the following:
- Term Software Licenses (SIN 132-32) - Annual and Monthly Licenses
- The award is a 5-year indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity (IDIQ) contract, consisting of a 5-year base and three 5-year option extensions
simuwatt's current client roster includes governmental and commercial building owners and operators. These include the City of New York, DCAS, and the City University of New York's (CUNY) Building Performance Lab. The company recently won the SmartGrid Track of the 2017 Urban Future Competition—along with a $50,000 cash prize— for their innovative energy analysis tool.