When it comes to sizing up how efficient a building is, a lot of data and analytical software can be quicker than people.
Retroficiency is one of many startups developing software tools for making commercial buildings more energy-efficient. The Boston-based company today announced that it has raised $3.32 million in a series A round of funding from Point Judith Capital to build up its software and sales. It also acquired Clean Energy Solutions, the commercial efficiency operation of renewable energy project developer Nexamp.
Commercial real estate is a large consumer, and often waster, of energy. The return on investment … Read more