Utility Smart is a collaboration between Curt Gervich and Jesse Feiler. Logo design from Boire Benner Group (boirebenner.com). The project was created and implemented in Plattsburgh, NY.
Curt Gervich is an Associate Professor at SUNY Plattsburgh. He holds degrees in Natural Resource Planning from the University of Vermont and Environmental Design and Planning from Virginia Tech. Dr. Gervich studies and teaches courses related to environmental decision making and leadership, including topics such as conservation behavior change and systems thinking.
Utility Smart is a great tool for helping students at any level think about their choices for using utilities such as power responsibly. The data students students report on their own behavior can be shared with the Share button on the View Eco-Friendliness tab via email or Twitter: It is exported with the Share Button in CSV (comma-separated-value) format suitable for importing into spreadsheets or other apps.
Utility Smart is an app developed by Jesse Feiler and Curt Gervich to help raise awareness about the use of utilities in the City of Plattsburgh. This app aims to help people becomes more aware of how our energy choices impact the environment to help us make more green choices.
Stay warm with heating and windows settings and sweaters or some combination. This app lets you report on your choices for staying warm -- layers of clothing, turning the heat up or down, and opening or closing windows.