Innovation of the Year at the GeekWire Awards

LevelTen News
May 21, 2021

At the 2021 GeekWire Awards on May 20, LevelTen Energy was a finalist for “Innovation of the Year”. Although we did not win, it was an honor to be nominated for our contributions toward accelerating the renewable energy transition. We were humbled to be among our fellow finalists, who are advancing vaccine development, battery performance, and tech to track murder hornets. Congrats to the University of Washington for taking the prize for saving us from the murder hornets! 

LevelTen will continue to innovate in all key areas of the renewable sector by building transaction infrastructure that makes PPA’s, asset acquisition and divestiture, and performance monitoring more efficient. In just three years since launch, the LevelTen Platform has amassed more than 470 renewable energy developers, and has facilitated $2 billion in renewable energy transactions. And we are just getting started. We are living through a historic time, where unprecedented action is needed to slow global warming before it’s too late. We’re hopeful about our collective ability to achieve our #onegoal, and we remain committed to our vision of accelerating the clean energy transition.

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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