The Energy Intelligence Center addresses the Coronavirus economic impact with energy savings for businesses around the world


Posted on Thursday 19th March 2020

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To address Coronavirus, Energy Intelligence Center’s fast-track solutions instantaneous help businesses reduce operating costs via Manual Optimization Methods for HVAC energy savings.


Berwyn, PA, March 19, 2020 – The Energy Intelligence Center ( announces that it is fast-tracking the roll out of Manual Optimization Methods through its OptikW platform (OptikW-MOM).

As the Coronavirus pandemic takes its toll on health and the economy around the world, the Energy Intelligence Center has received feedback from customers that seek ways to immediately reduce operating costs, now more than ever. The Energy Intelligence Center is well positioned to help businesses in America and around the world, since heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) typically combine as the largest consumers of energy for commercial properties.

COVID-19 Response: Operating cost reduction methods for energy savings

For essential facilities like hospitals and grocery stores, saving energy is always key regardless of the public health situation. During this Coronavirus pandemic, sectors like hospitality are hit hard, and hotels seek ways to cut costs given the lower volume of travel and visiting guests. The Energy Intelligence Center is fast-tracking the set of HVAC Manual Optimization Methods that can be implemented in minutes by facility managers to save energy for a broad range of facility types.

“Think of this as wartime ‘triage’ that include a set of scalable IF>THEN tips and instructions based on different existing HVAC equipment configurations, outside temperature, and other ambient conditions,” said Charlie Szoradi, CEO of the Energy Intelligence Center.

The OptikW-MOM can be enacted by facility managers directly on-site or remotely via the Internet of Things (IoT) if they are working from home. The methods have come from over 10 years of proven implementations around the world, with custom tailored algorithmic software. Software as a Service (SaaS) is still the primary model for the OptikW platform, but unprecedented times call for unprecedented actions during this global pandemic. 

During this pandemic, the Manual Optimization Methods will be available for free sample trials to facility owners and managers around the world. More about Energy Intelligence Center, see:

Energy Intelligence Center Contacts for this initiative:

Charlie Szoradi, CEO:

Sri Chari, President and Chief Technology Officer:

John Peterson, VP of Operations:

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