Greenlink and its artificial intelligence powered ATHENIA model are recently profiled by Georgia Tech Ivan Allen College of Liberal Arts for their trailblazing clean energy and urban sustainability work. You can read the online publication HERE.
"Energy efficiency is the biggest opportunity available to the city of Atlanta to produce clean energy. We have an awful lot of low-hanging fruit,” said Matt Cox, CEO of the Greenlink Group, the Atlanta company working on the technical aspects of the plan.
Greenlink CEO, Matt Cox quoted by Molly Samuel of WABE Atlanta in her piece about the City of Atlanta's Clean Energy Plan. Read the article HERE.
"Meanwhile, the demand for energy didn’t grow as much as Georgia Power projected when it began the Vogtle expansion. The Great Recession took a bite out of business growth and the ensuing expected energy need. Increasing use of energy-efficient appliances has made a difference, too, according to energy consultant Matt Cox, CEO of the Greenlink Group."
Journalist Molly Samuel of WABE in Atlanta relies on Matt Cox and his testimony before the Georgia Public Service Commission in framing arguments against the continuation of the Vogtle Nuclear Facility construction. Read the article HERE.
Greenlink was selected by the National Science Foundation to be part of the NSF I-Corps program. With this program, Greenlink has undertaken an intensive 6-months customer discovery process, during which we:
- travelled to 8 cities
- conducted 120 interviews
- surveyed 5 different industries
Our findings so far suggest that an electric system modeling tool capable of integrating consumer electricity use with electricity supply and accurately predicting the financial, social, and environmental impacts of that consumption is a need in the marketplace. We are a GO!
To that end, Greenlink has partnered with the City of Atlanta, NRDC, and the Southface Energy Institute as consultants on the Atlanta 100% Clean Energy plan. We are now using artificial intelligence enabled tool in stakeholder sessions and community conversation as a part of the participatory planning process the City of Atlanta is undertaking with this plan. It is a very exciting time to be doing this work!