Vote for us! GeekWire Selects LevelTen Energy as Finalist for Startup of the Year

LevelTen News
February 11, 2020

Exciting news: The GeekWire Awards are back, and this year LevelTen Energy was selected as a finalist in the "Startup of the Year" category, which recognizes companies that are "on the brink of stardom, but more importantly, innovating, executing, and making a difference." Now we need your help to win! Please vote for LevelTen on the official GeekWire ballot. You can vote once a day until March 6.

Now in its 12th year, the GeekWire Awards is one of the most hotly-anticipated events in the Seattle tech community, bringing together more than 900 geeks to celebrate innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit. It's basically the Oscars, but for geeks! Past winners have included Redfin, Tableau, OfferUp, Smartsheet, Swype, Amazon, Zulily and many others.

We're competing against four other tech startups in the Pacific Northwest, so we need your help to win! After you vote, please help us spread the word on LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook. Winners will be announced at the awards ceremony taking place on March 26 at the Museum of Pop Culture in Seattle.

Thank you for your support!

LevelTen Energy

LevelTen Energy is the leading provider of transaction infrastructure for the renewable energy economy. The platform delivers buyers, sellers, advisors, and financiers the automation software, data management, and standardized contracts needed to facilitate faster, safer renewable energy transactions. LevelTen’s marketplace of renewable energy power purchase agreements is the world’s largest, with more than 4,000 pricing offers spanning 21 countries in North America and Europe. LevelTen’s CFO-Ready Analytics™ automatically calculate more than a billion data points every day, providing buyers and advisors with leading-edge, real-time risk and value insights at modern market scale. Together, LevelTen and its partners share #OneGoal to accelerate the clean energy transition

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