Energy Management Done Right With Joe Piccirilli and Chris Matthews

Key Insights:

  • RoseWater takes away the hassle of power outages.  
  • RoseWater devices are seamless and easily maintained.  
  • Real-time mechanisms allow RoseWater to monitor energy usage effectively.  

Joe Piccirilli, CEO of RoseWater Energy Group joins Chris Matthews, President of Acoustic Designs Group (ADG), to discuss all things RoseWater. Piccirilli presents the RoseWater controller, which displays energy usage from various devices. Matthews points out that at ADG, to keep their business running, they use a lot of gear, and still, the RoseWater device shows that ADG is at 50% of their energy usage.  

Additionally, the controller can show backup batteries during power outages. RoseWater devices make aware of the stress of needing to maintain and plan on energy usage. “We’ve had clients tell us in the past that they have never noticed it… and all of a sudden, they go there was a power outage, and I didn’t even know… that’s why you want a RoseWater,” said Piccirilli.  

RoseWater tracks power outages in the area, and similar to what customers have said, the seamless designs leave clients not knowing when outages occur, thus allowing for productivity to continue. “Our team continues to monitor this device,” said Piccirilli Additionally, employees are monitoring the systems around the clock to provide checks on clients’ systems.

RoseWater includes a diligent record-keeping system to help the client and Rose Water monitor when energy is too high and monitor the device’s health. “I wanted to point out just how granular the detail we can garner from our controller, and it makes us unique, and this is one of the things that makes RoseWater the most complete energy solution on the market,” said Piccirilli.  

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