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Solving the dual challenge of energy abundance to support the growth in human prosperity while reducing carbon emissions requires a shift from a siloed, supply-driven model toward an integratedsystems perspective that incorporates and empowers the consumer.

We partner and collaborate with other innovators, value chain players, and the community, leveraging our combined expertise and providing consumers with end-to-end, simplified energy solutions. By working together, we can make the most significant impact.

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Utilities and Retail Energy Providers

The dominant question for every energy provider experiencing these massive changes is, how will you innovate along with your customers? How will you keep customers engaged and empowered by energy, not just passively served?

In deregulated areas, energy providers compete for customers, spending disproportionately huge sums trying to attract customers who are often overwhelmed by the number of choices in the market. Quantum New Energy helps providers lower customer acquisition costs by making the energy choices smart. Providers can increase sales on the Energy Matchmaker Marketplace and can access our patented workflows and algorithms as a SaaS white-labeled solution to deepen customer relationships.

Community Action Organizations

For us being a good neighbor means contributing to the well-being of the communities where we work and live. We believe that equal access to energy intelligence is critical to sustainable energy abundance and bridging the economic divide. 

Energy poverty affects people lacking access to energy and also those who can`t afford to cover basic energy needs. Energy Poverty is a real problem that affects our communities and our neighbors. In the USA, 48 million people live below the poverty line, making them vulnerable to energy poverty.

 We are proud to partner with organizations like the Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute (TEPRI). By helping low-income Texans better understand their energy choices, they can take control of their energy futures. In so doing, we are working to stop the cycle of energy inadequacy and improve the lives of all energy consumers in Texas, and ultimately, across the United States and the world.

We partner with citizens and responsible organizations to leverage our combined expertise. By working together, we can make the most significant impact. If you are a community agency interested in serving vulnerable communities experiencing energy affordability challenges, please contact us



While Texas is the nation`s largest polluter in terms of carbon emissions, we can lead the way towards a lower-carbon future. To get there, we need actions to reduce the carbon content in the energy we use and to empower people to consume energy more responsibly.

Energy is crucial in our everyday lives. Our personalized energy Intelligence Platform empowers consumers to make day-to-day, smarter choices. EnerWisely is committed to translating unused data into energy insights that are simple, relatable, and actionable.  We help increase awareness of the impacts of our energy consumption on the planet and the actions within our control. We believe that educating adults and children alike can move us towards a more sustainable future.

We are seeking partners to build an educator`s tool kit and would love to join your education sessions. If you are interested in partnering with us, please contact us. 

Careers - Summer Internship Program

Our internship program offers the opportunity to work with experienced subject matter experts to shape the future of new energy technologies. Our interns work to solve real-life energy challenges involving the Internet of Things (IoT), data science, behavioral design and gamification.

Our 2020 summer internship program is coming.  Stay tuned for opportunities for students in the following fields: Engineering (Petroleum, Electrical, Computer Science), Data Science, Business and Economics, and Human Factors and Systems design.

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