Organic Response, today announced its a partnership with global energy company E.ON as the two companies seek to accelerate expansion of the technology across Europe.
Under the terms of their “Strategic Co-Investment” program, E.ON takes disruptive or renewable energy propositions to its customers, by investing and partnering with companies who are at the cutting edge of the energy efficiency market.
Organic Response has rapidly grown in stature to become a leading company in the provision of wireless smart lighting control, which utilises Distributed Intelligence to turn buildings into collaborative and more occupant centric energy efficient ecosystems. Independent evaluation of their multi-award winning system has demonstrated that lighting energy consumption can be cut as much as 80% when Organic Response is installed, while delivering the ultimate in occupancy comfort.
The secret behind such impressive energy savings is Organic Response’s globally patented Autonomous Algorithm architecture, inspired by the way schooling fish move, which delivers a control solution that is robust and scalable. Requiring no commissioning it is easy to use, delivers sophisticated features and is widely affordable.
“Organic Response’s advanced data analytics and connectivity can add real value to E.ON’s commercial building customers in Europe by enabling them to achieve lasting reductions in their energy and operating costs,” said Susana Quintana Plaza, Senior Vice President for Technology and Innovation at E.ON. “Organic Response is a natural fit with our strategy of investing and partnering with companies that deliver cutting-edge technologies that will help shape tomorrow’s markets.”
“We see a strong value proposition for the Organic Response product being taken to our 30,000 commercial building customers. E.ON is delighted to support Organic Response as it enters it’s next phase of growth and prepares to expand into new markets and deliver value through advanced data analytics and connectivity, and look forward to working with the company as we move into the Internet of Things revolution” concludes Quintana Plaza.
Chris Duffield, CEO of Organic Response adds, “We are pleased to have a partner with the scale of E.ON add their backing to our project to make smart lighting accessible to the world. The investment is the confirmation of a mutual desire to partner commercially across Europe and deliver to the market the world’s most elegant smart lighting solution.”