A personal, distributed energy revolution has begun. It promises to provide clean, abundant and affordable power to all. Our goal at Genability is to make this promise a reality. Every day we look to systematically remove each and every barrier on the way to mass adoption of renewable, smart energy.
Make It - We identify when rooftop and community solar is right for homes and businesses by providing accurate savings forecasts. Installers are sizing and pricing their offerings to win; growing a new industry.
Use It - Transportation is becoming electric. This will significantly lower the planet's carbon footprint and save individuals significant money. Genability speeds adoption with software that smartly schedules charging, and designs grid-friendly rate plans.
Move It - The more intermittent renewable power we make and use, the more flexibility the grid needs. Genability signals smart batteries and connected appliances, moving load, balancing supply and demand, and ultimately preventing grid defection at a cost we can all afford.
We work with companies making New Energy a reality. They are the biggest names in solar, storage, electric transportation, connected home and connected business. They are Smart Utilities and Retail Electric Providers (REPs) who are embracing and enabling our new energy future. We help them identify opportunities, present savings beautifully, and keep new energy customers happy.
We are a group of technology, data, and energy experts who are passionate about building a more sustainable future.
We’re always looking for great people to join us. Click here for a list of current openings.
Jason 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 oversees the Company's commercial aspects with an emphasis on strategy, business development and finance. Eric also manages Genability’s partner relationships, fundraising 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 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 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.
Patrick manages the Engineering team responsible for building new applications, features and APIs at Genability. Patrick has managed multidisciplinary teams of engineers working in scientific instrumentation, industrial process monitoring and utility services including natural gas pipeline leak detection and power transformer health. Most recently, Patrick managed the software and firmware teams at LumaSense Technologies developing a cloud analytics platform for the utility/industrial space utilizing data from IR-based temperature sensors. Patrick holds a B.A. in physics from the University of Colorado, Boulder.
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.
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.
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.
David handles the visual and interaction design of Genability’s products. He previously worked at Greenstart designing applications for cleanweb startups. David has a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design from California College of the Arts.
Raymond helps develop and test the Genability APIs. He previously worked as an theatrical electrician and is thrilled to do more than just use power. He has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science and Engineering from the University of California, Davis.
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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.
Matthew creates interfaces and visuals for Genability’s products that help customers get all the information they need at a glance. He previously worked for EMRL, Gray Area, and the Coalition on Homelessness as editor of the Street Sheet. Matthew has a Bachelor's of Science in Journalism from San Jose State University.
Kevin is a Data Scientist and focuses on developing predictive models of electricity usage and costs, and works with the Genability team to develop data-driven products. Kevin's work stems from his interest in accurately quantifying market insights despite an energy marketplace, consumer products, and customer behaviors that are constantly evolving. His background is in modeling dynamic systems and generating novel decision algorithms. He has a PhD from Arizona State University and Bachelor of Chemical Engineering from the University of Dayton.
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Sheena is responsible for scaling Genability’s APIs, and working with Genability’s Data Analysts to optimize data algorithms. Sheena has worked at several startups, including high-volume social networks, and most recently worked at Opower, where she led the APIs team in enhancing APIs to meet utilities' needs. Sheena has a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from the University of Glasgow, and a Master of Science in Software Engineering from Napier University in Scotland.
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Andrew specializes in developing new API products and third-party integrations. He has previously worked at technology startups such as E la Carte and 50Cubes. Andrew has a Master's degree in Linguistics from University of Illinois and a Computer Science degree from University of Maryland.
Patrick is responsible for scaling and polishing Genability’s data collection tools and APIs. He has an undergraduate degree in Computer Science from the University of California, Davis and a Master’s degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering from Carnegie Mellon University.
Trevor is a Data Analyst that helps maintain the accuracy and quality of our data along with testing our software to ensure our calculations are accurate. Before joining the team at Genability, Trevor cut his teeth in data analysis as a Pricing Analyst at Safeway, visualizing big data in meaningful ways.
Jenny works directly with customers on their integration of Genability’s APIs and performs avoided cost analyses for C&I customers. She has previously worked for the Quality Management team at Alternative Family Services. Jenny has a Bachelor of Science degree in Chemistry from University of California, Davis.
Debbie is a Data Analyst and performs data entry and quality assurance tasks for Genability’s tariff data. She has worked as a transaction coordinator in San Francisco real estate, clinical research coordinator at UCSF, training coordinator at Bayer Healthcare, and typographer. Debbie has a Bachelor of Science from Sonoma State University in Applied Mathematics with a Concentration in Statistics.
Genability is a private company that is 77% owned by is founders and employees. The following investors and partners have been instrumental in our success.
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 a minority investor and customer of Genability. They use our technology to precisely find, maximize, and communicate energy savings. Read More on Our Blog and EnerNOC's Press Release.
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.
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.