Bernie Bilski and Rand Warsaw were just a couple of “math geeks for hire” from Pittsburgh when they applied for a patent in 1997.

They had an idea for making the unpredictable predictable for utility companies: a way to make energy bills consistent, month to month, no matter what Mother Nature had in store, weatherwise. WeatherWise USA Inc. is the name of their company, in fact.

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