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C3 Energy, a provider of smart grid analytics solutions, has announced the general availability of C3 Enterprise version 4, the latest version of its customer engagement and energy efficiency portal for utilities and utility customers.

C3 Enterprise leverages the data integration and big data analytics capabilities of the C3 Energy Analytics Platform, which powers all C3 Energy analytics applications. With C3 Enterprise version 4, utility managers and their customers can identify facilities with the greatest energy efficiency opportunities and evaluate the energy-conservation measures that best meet their business needs, according to C3 Energy.

In addition, the company says its new solution supports mobile users, provides individualized customer portals, enhances energy savings recommendations, identifies utility rebates, and delivers real-time dashboards and reports.

"The new mobile capabilities of C3 Enterprise version 4 make it possible for utility account managers and engineers to have access to vital customer information on the go and in the field," says Ed Abbo, C3 Energy’s president and chief technology officer. "Also, the ability for large commercial and industrial organizations themselves to access their energy dynamics online contributes to a richer, more effective partnership between utilities and their customers to achieve energy efficiency goals."


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