Peter Love joins Lightspark Team as Advisor
Vancouver, British Columbia
October 29, 2018
Vancouver based Lightspark Software – developer of energy efficiency software and data services providing consumers, trade and utilities with better data to make energy efficiency decisions easier – announced today that Peter Love is joining their advisory board.
“The Lightspark software platform will help utilities improve their customer service, get better data and will create strong efficiencies,” said Peter Love. “For that reason and others, I am very excited to be on board and help Lightspark move us towards a more energy efficient future.”
“We are thrilled to have Peter on our team,” said James Riley, CEO of Lightspark Software. “Peter is a recognized expert on energy efficiency and sustainability. He is an incredible source of knowledge, and shares with us a great passion to solve the issues we face through energy efficiency in this transition economy in tackling climate change challenges.”
Peter Love is an experienced and well recognized leader in energy efficiency and is a respected environmental leader. Over his career, he has played a leading role in fifteen corporate and non-profit boards. His current appointments include founding member of the board of Energy Efficiency Alberta, volunteer president of the 165 year old Royal Canadian Institute for Science and founding director of Rethink Sustainability Initiatives. In 2005, Peter was appointed Ontario’s first Chief Energy Conservation Officer with the Ontario Power Authority where his focus was on providing leadership in electricity conservation and advancing a Conservation of Culture in Ontario.
Lightspark’s Mission is to build a sustainable future by accelerating the engagement and ease of use of energy efficiency programs through an intelligent SaaS (software-as-a-service) platform that makes energy efficiency choices easier. The integrated digital platform gives utilities tools to increase program success through better data to manage the effectiveness and reduce the cost of delivering energy efficiency programs, while increasing conversion and improving customer service scores. For consumers, it helps make sense of the benefits of energy efficiency, improves the ability to engage with these programs and helps accelerate cost reductions on their energy bill.
For more information visit http://www.lightspark.energy/