Mission:data advocates for customer-friendly energy data access policies throughout the country in order to deliver benefits for consumers and enable an innovative, vibrant market for energy management services. 



 The Mission:data Coalition is guided by the following principles:

  1. All consumers should have easy access to the best available information about their energy use (including both “backhaul” information through the utility website and real-time information directly from smart meters) and the ability to easily share that data with energy management service providers of their choice.

  2. Energy consumption and pricing information should be provided in the best available format to support innovative new services (including machine-readable formats that are consistent nationwide and consistent with the best industry standards).

For more information on how to join the Mission:data Coalition, email




Michael Murray, President

Michael served as Mission:data's Chief Technology Strategist from 2014-2016 and now as its President. Previously, he co-founded Lucid in 2004, an energy management software company serving commercial building owners. He has over fifteen years of experience with building automation, sub-metering and liberating data from utilities for energy management applications. Michael earned his B.A. in Environmental Studies with highest honors from Oberlin College.



Rick Counihan, Nest Labs  (Bio coming soon)

Roy Perry,  (Bio coming soon)

Robert King, Good Company Associates for Whisker Labs (LinkedIn) -- Before starting his own consulting practice, King served as a Vice President of Resource Management International, now Navigant Consulting, and regional director of KENETECH Corporation where he helped develop the first commercial wind farm in Texas.  King earlier had a 20-year career in government service. He was assistant to the Chairman of the Texas Railroad Commission, was the first director of renewable energy programs for the Tennessee Valley Authority, worked for the Lt. Governor and the Governor of Texas, and the Governor of California.  He currently serves as CEO of the Southcentral Partnership for Energy Efficiency as a Resource (SPEER), and is on the boards of the Advanced Energy Management Alliance, and the Gulf Coast Power Association. He is a registered engineer and lobbyist, and trained mediator.  King is a graduate of Vanderbilt engineering school, and the LBJ School of Public Affairs, at UT, Austin.