About Genability

Empowering New Energy Companies

Genability was founded with a simple goal, to enable New Energy Companies to include Smart Energy in their products and services. Our customers are some of the biggest names in solar, connected home and connected business. They use our tools to precisely find, maximize and communicate energy savings. In dollars, not kWh. We help you to collect energy data, benchmark your customer, identify opportunities and savings, present these beautifully, convert and then operate. Whether via API or App, our technology is backed by our industry best database of residential and commercial electricity tariffs, incentives and rebates coupled with the fastest, most accurate and scalable rate engine available.

The New Energy companies are not utilities. They are solar developers, EV manufacturers, and the makers of internet connected devices. And they are fundamentally changing the way consumers receive and interact with their power. Genability helps New Energy Companies build energy intelligence into how their products work and are sold. Selling more and saving their customers money.

The New Energy Companies

For the Solar Industry, we provide solutions to help you find prospects, convert to customers and keep them happy. We accurately calculate and present Solar Savings.

For companies selling Connected Appliances and Home Energy Management, we provide transparency into your customer's energy costs and usage. We know their utility, rate plan, available rebates and incentives. We can estimate their usage or connect to their meter data. More importantly we can identify options for saving money and sparing the grid. We embed real time smart energy into your products.

For automotive OEMs and EV service providers, we help you understand, quantify and present the cost savings and customer value of your Electric Vehicles. Our understanding of electricity tariff rates, usage and options is embedded in our web apps, dealership tools and smart charger scheduling.



Contact Us to learn how we can help you become a New Energy Company.

Our Customers

We work with over 500 innovative energy service, distributed generation, energy management and retail companies. Here are just a few. Contact us to learn more. When you work with Genability, you get instant access to our team of Savings Experts.

Our Team

Jason Riley Founder & Chief Executive Officer

Jason Riley is the founder and CEO of Genability where he works to help New Energy Companies build energy cost savings into their products and services. Jason has over 15 years of senior leadership experience developing energy technologies. Prior to Genability, Jason co-founded and was Chairman of Entessa, a provider of energy logistics enterprise software, which he sold to Energy Solutions International. Jason served an investor and advisor to ESI until it was acquired by OakTree Capital's GFI Energy Division. Jason was born in England and educated in Scotland.

Eric Danziger Business Development & Finance

Eric oversees the Company's business development efforts with an emphasis on strategy and finance. Eric also manages Genability’s partner relationships, marketing efforts, corporate development and SunShot project. Prior to joining Genability, Eric was an investment banker with GulfStar Group, a middle market sell-side M&A firm, and JPMorgan Chase. Eric received his BBA in Finance and MBA from the University of Texas.

John Tucker Product Development & Energy Guru

John is responsible for Genability’s product development, QA and testing and energy market research. John is Genability’s energy price guru and works with our current customers to incorporate their feedback into our offerings. Previously, John served in Product Management roles at Andiamo Systems, a brand-monitoring service, and Yaga, a micro-payment service company. John holds a degree in International Studies from the University of Dayton.

San Prabhu Data Operations & Support

San is responsible for Genability’s data collection processes and manages the team of Data Analysts. When a rate changes, San knows! Previously, San worked with the Yahoo! products team on the Yahoo! / Microsoft Search Alliance Initiative. He was also the Chief Product and Operations Officer at iMiners. San holds a Masters in Computer Science from Bowling Green State University.

Michael Ihle Develops the Software

Michael is responsible for developing Genability’s products, including all of the APIs, Genability Explorer and the Genability Engine. Over his career, Michael has engaged in an engineering role for a number of companies including i365, AmbaSoft, SalesVision, S1 and Webvan Group. Michael holds a Bachelor of Science in Management Economics and a minor in Computer Science from the University of California at Davis.

Emile Baizel Develops the Software

Emile develops Genability’s products including integration support with 3rd party tools and tools for Genability’s internal processes. Previously, Emile worked at Xythos Software where he led their entry into the SaaS market with Xythos on Demand. Emile holds a Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from the University of Michigan.

Matthew Fong Creates the User Experiences

Matthew is responsible for the User Interface and Experience of Genability's products. Prior to joining Genability, Matthew spent two years as a UI Engineer for Lift Media where he contributed to the build out and expansion of the product, working with companies such as Fandango, Pizza Hut and Buy.com. Matthew graduated from the Georgia Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science.

Ruben Garcia Master of All Things Data

Ruben manages and maintains the quality of Genability's data. Ruben is a solar expert and analyzes the complex interplay between building load, PV production and utility rates. Previously, Ruben worked at the Schatz Energy Research Center, where he conducted feasibility and impact analysis of small-scale hydropower development and electric vehicle adoption in Humboldt County. He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Applied Mathematics from the University of California at Berkeley and is working toward a Master of Science in Energy Technology and Policy at Humboldt State University.

Laylee Asgari Keeps the Train Running

Laylee functions in a variety of roles and is responsible for the smooth operation of the day-to-day business of the company including account management, service & support and office administration. Prior to joining Genability, Laylee worked for 5 years as an Administrative Assistant for the Fulton County Board of Commissioners in Atlanta, GA. Laylee graduated from Georgia State University with a Bachelors of Interdisciplinary Studies.

David Thorn Designs the Visuals

David handles the visual and interaction design of Genability’s products. He previously worked as a visual designer at Greenstart. David has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from California College of the Arts.

Justin Lee Solar Savings Expert

Justin works one on one with customers to analyze their projects and find the best places to install solar. Justin has a wide ranging background in the energy and sustainability sector, including the wine industry at Jackson Family Wines, the green building construction sector and university energy management. Justin holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Environmental Studies from Macalester College.

Martin Baker Develops the Software

Martin is responsible for automation and scaling of Genability’s processes and products, including Genability Switch. Martin has worked for several successful startups, including Dropbox, NeoPath Networks, IronPort and eGroups. Martin has an undergraduate degree in mathematics from Harvard.

Manjiri Mandhale Develops the Software

Manjiri develops Genability's products, primarily focused on the APIs. Before Genability, Manjiri has worked as a software engineer at Progressive Casualty Insurance, EDS and as a research assistant. Manjiri holds a degree in Computer Science from Rochester Institute of Technology.

Dean Bateman The Tariff Guy

Dean is a Senior Data Analyst and manages the quality assurance of Genability's tariff data and cost savings calculations. He also researches trends in tariff modeling and new approaches to energy savings primarily for our solar customers. Prior to joining Genability, he managed the analytics team at REC Solar. Dean has a B.A in Economics from Kalamazoo College.

Becky Gallagher

Becky Gallagher Researches Market Data

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Becky is a summer intern on the Data Operations team focused on new market research and marketing. She helps develop current products and investigate new applications for Genability’s data. Previously, she worked at The Trust for Public Land in conservation finance. Becky is currently a MEM/MBA joint degree candidate at the Yale School of Forestry and Environmental Studies and the Yale School of Management. Becky holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Tufts University.

Gabe Goffman

Gabe Goffman Researches Market Data

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Gabe is a summer intern on the Data Operations time focused on new markets and business development. He assists with business development and research. Gabe is currently a graduate student at Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment, where he is pursuing a Master's in Environmental Management with a concentration in Energy and a Certificate in Sustainable Systems Analytics. Prior to joining Genability, Gabe served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Nicaragua. He received his BS in Psychology from Yale University.

Carson Riley
Researched Data & Stats

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Carson served as Data Analyst intern in the summer and fall of 2012. He is now a Research Analyst at OnPoint Analytics focused on economic, finance and statistical consulting for expert testimonies used in litigation. Carson received a Bachelor or Arts in Political Science and Legal Studies from the University of California, Berkeley.

Why We Do This



Every year the U.S. burns 1 billion tons of coal to produce electricity. 66% of that electricity is wasted. This translates to nearly 1.3 billion tons of carbon dioxide released into the atmosphere (the equivalent of 227 million cars) to produce electricity we don’t use.

What we do: A lot of this energy is wasted because electricity consumers have no idea of when they are wasting electricity. We are building smart energy into products and services by providing the best electricity pricing and optimization information to the New Energy Companies via apps, web services and APIs.

Our Partners & Investors

EnerNOC

EnerNOC (NASDAQ: ENOC) is a leading provider of energy intelligence software for utility and commercial customers, with a suite of services that includes demand management and energy efficiency. EnerNOC is an investor in Genability and also uses our technology to precisely find, maximize, and communicate energy savings. Read More on Our Blog and EnerNOC's Press Release

Greenstart

Greenstart is a design studio focused on brand and consumer interaction for energy companies. They have helped us beautify the user experience and communicate precise savings. Read More on Our Blog.

Department of Energy SunShot

Genability is a graduate and participant of the Department of Energy's SunShot Initiative. The SunShot Initiative provides funding to companies focused on research, manufacturing and technology to make solar in the U.S. more affordable and accessible. Read More on Our Blog.

Work With Us

We are always looking for rockstars to join our team.

Please send resumes to jobs@genability.com. No Recruiters.


  • Competitive salary and stock options

  • Medical and Dental with top tier providers for your family

  • 401(k) with match. Transportation savings plan

  • Generous, flexible time off (12 paid holidays & 18 vacation days)

  • Work that matters. Clean, cheaper & more abundant energy

  • You'll be independent in a flat, agile team

  • Our team appreciates technology and user experience

  • Work on cutting edge solutions in a growth industry

  • Open plan SOMA office with Bay views & natural light

  • Great workstations. No cubes. MacBook Pros & big displays

  • Outdoor patio, bike racks, showers

  • Soda, coffee and beer. Friday breakfast