CLOCworks Inc

  • Utilities & Environment
N19W24400 Riverwood Dr
Ste 350
Waukesha, WI 53188
(262) 490-4550
Hours:
8 am - 5 pm

About Us

WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
Energy consumption in commercial buildings is a significant issue as these buildings account for more than a third of global final energy consumption. Commercial businesses in the read more
  • About

    WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO
    Energy consumption in commercial buildings is a significant issue as these buildings account for more than a third of global final energy consumption. Commercial businesses in the United States spend over $140 billion on energy annually. Much of that power is generated from fossil fuels which results in nearly 40% of total direct and indirect CO2 emissions. Heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) often presents the largest opportunity for energy savings in a commercial building. With the costs of solar, wind, and battery systems becoming competitive with fossil fuel generation sources, there is a growing momentum for businesses to take control of energy costs and lower their carbon footprint.

    Buildings aren't just steel, glass and concrete. Today they're dynamic ecosystems and their energy needs are constantly changing bases on variables like weather and occupancy.

    CLOCworks is developing software that autonomously manages onsite generation and optimizes power delivery. We are working with channel partners who install the hardware assets like solar, wind, batteries, and HVAC systems at commercial facilities and use CLOCworks software to operate the deployed systems. This enables commercial business owners to focus on their core businesses, while also reaping the benefits of onsite generation such as: lower energy costs, onsite back-up power, and reduced carbon footprint. That is why we do what we do.

    CLOCworks focuses on helping customers answer high value questions “What may happen?” or “What action(s) should be taken in the future?”.

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    We have offices in Delafield, WI and Madison.