About Flux Tailor

Flux Tailor designs and develops user-centric, data-driven solutions to improve access to energy related information. We research, design, and implement software solutions for software developers, utilities, data acquisition companies, and Distributed Energy Resource (DER) Solution Providers. We believe in solutions that are transparent, equitable, and inclusive as we strive to provide accessible data to track the environmental bottom line. Machine-accessible cost modeling data will help people imagine, explore, and participate on the frontier of clean tech innovation.

Flux Tailor is working on solutions that support the clean energy transition to address climate change. We are committed to:

  • Developing ecosystem enabling software based on open data exchange standards.
  • Promoting the transparent and equitable access to energy related data for all users by engagement with underrepresented user groups.
  • Maximizing adoption by advocating for consumer agency, informed consent, and data privacy.

Flux Tailor is proud to be a certified Women-Owned Business Enterprise (WBE) in New York State and New York City.

Klaar De Schepper, Founder and CEO/CTO

Klaar De Schepper is a subject matter expert in customer and rate lan utility data access. Prior to founding Flux Tailor, Klaar established a data team at Bright Power, an energy management company, implementing data feeds from tens of thousands of utility meters and hundreds of utility companies across the U.S. Passionate about information management, Klaar performed research for IBM and the Columbia University Libraries. She is a published author, writing about the role of data access and standards in customer participation in smart grid innovation. Klaar received her Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Science and Sustainable Development from Columbia University.

Drury MacKenzie, Senior Adviser, User Voice Lead

Drury MacKenzie is an energy entrepreneur with extensive experience in the U.S., Haiti, Africa, Latin America, Europe and Asia. She has worked with various clean tech startups as a NYSERDA EIR, Grow NY mentor and advisor. Previously she was a visiting assistant professor of Entrepreneurial Studies at Hobart and William Smith Colleges, a member of the Smart Grid Innovation team at Avangrid (Iberdrola), and an entrepreneur in the off-grid energy space. Drury received her Bachelor of Arts in Economics from Hobart and William Smith Colleges and her MBA from the IE Business School in Madrid, Spain.