REYKJAVIK, Iceland and CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts, November 14, 2012
REYKJAVIK, Iceland and CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts , November 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ —
DataMarket today announced the launch of its energy data portal, energy.datamarket.com. From today, subscribers will be able to search, compare, visualize and share through one interface millions of time series and survey responses from major official US and international sources of energy information.
“We extend a warm welcome to our first subscribers and invite all serious users of energy data to ask for a demonstration. We'll show what the service can do, set up sample topics pages for data you use on a regular basis and offer you the chance to try it out for free. This is a powerful new tool for virtually all stakeholders in the energy industry, making it easier than ever to use the best data to make business decisions,” said Hjalmar Gislason , founder and CEO of DataMarket.
DataMarket Energy provides subscribers with a single intuitive interface for finding and understanding data, regardless of its original format. Search results come back in real time in customizable charts and graphs that can be shared, published and embedded as live, interactive content. Major data sources include:
- US DOE , including EIA, NREL, EERE, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and more
- US Bureau of Transportation Statistics
- US Environmental Protection Agency
- World Bank
- United Nations
DataMarket helps business users find and understand data, and data providers efficiently publish their data and reach new audiences. At the heart of all DataMarket solutions is a unique competence in making complex and diverse data easy to search, visualize, compare and share – in a single place, in a standard, unified manner. DataMarket is a private company with product development based in Reykjavik and its sales office in Cambridge, Massachusetts . http://www.datamarket.com.
For further information, visit http://energy.datamarket.com/
To request a demo, contact Josh Boyle , sales director, , +1-617-444-8745
Media contact: Edward Farmer , communications director, , +354-863-1923.