California Business Startup Helps Energy Efficiency For Homes
On behalf of The Law Office of Lynnette Ariathurai, A Professional Corporation posted in Business Formation & Planning on Thursday, January 8, 2015.
Energy has been one of the most talked about topics in recent years. Everybody is always looking for better ways to utilize energy more efficiently. Not only will this help preserve the environment, but it can also help people save money on their energy bills. One California business startup company is looking to help people to achieve this goal.
The company, People Power, is known for developing an app which allows homeowners to monitor and control all electrical devices with their smartphones. People Power is now looking to expand its programs, which are designed to help homeowners become more energy efficient. The company's pilot program will provide a free energy management system for homeowners, reportedly valued at over $300. The program will also include the company's Presence app as well as several other features.
People Power has already signed up approximately 600 people. The pilot energy efficiency program is now aiming to add another 400 people in order to reach a total of 1,000 homeowners. The new system is billed as potentially saving homeowners up to almost 20 percent on electricity bills.
Just like with any business startup in California or elsewhere, there are legal considerations to be taken into account when creating a new business or introducing a new product to the market. The legal aspects that are important depend upon the industry of the new company and what the new business is looking to achieve. Compliance with industry-specific laws and regulations is essential in order to avoid future legal problems. Professional assistance is available to help guide and support new business entities at every step of the way.
Source: bizjournals.com, "California startup expanding free energy efficiency program in Hawaii", Duane Shimogawa, Dec. 23, 2014