Wood Mackenzie names Parity a “Cleantech Startup to Watch”

January 31, 2020

Parity named as Cleantech Startup to Watch

We’re pleased to announce that Green Tech Media (a Wood Mackenzie Business) has named Parity a “Cleantech Startup to Watch”.

Parity logo. Parity is a CleanTech startup.

The following is the take by analyst Fei Wang at Wood Mackenzie:

“Building energy management system vendors have traditionally focused on the cost-saving potential of their products and services. More recently, an additional selling point is an improvement in the comfort of the indoor environment. The multifamily-building segment has also garnered more attention, as developers race to build apartment buildings around city centers to accommodate increasing numbers of renters in the U.S., and more partnerships have formed between real estate developers and vendors with energy management offerings.”

Wood Mackenzie Power & Renewables’ solar, storage, grid edge, wind, and power analysts deliver actionable insight into the state and the future of the global electricity sector, backed by exclusive relationships with industry partners, proprietary models, and an ever-expanding executive network. These analysts decided on the Cleantech Startups to Watch.

Wood Mackenzie, also known as WoodMac, is a global provider of data and analytics for the energy transition.

Click here to read the full announcement on Green Tech Media and see the other 5 Cleantech Startups to Watch.

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