We stand with the people of the black community and the fight against racism and discrimination in all its forms

We are deeply shocked and saddened by the loss of life and the heartache of the last few days.

 

We stand with the people of the black community and the fight against racism and discrimination in all its forms. We support all of those engaged in the nonviolent pursuit of equal justice and equal opportunity. We are committed to equality, and we will not stay quiet. We must do better as a society. We must do better as an industry. We are fortunate, and with that comes responsibility. EIP is determined to be part of the solution through our actions, not only our words.

 

The connective and transformative nature of our platform is one of our key attributes and, going forward, we will strive harder to leverage our resources for a more equitable and just world. We are working on identifying solutions that we can share across our portfolio companies and our investor base. We will endeavor to do our part to build a better future based on a foundation of diversity, equality, and inclusion.

 

Contact us at elevate@energyimpactpartners.com with any questions, comments, or thoughts that you have, as we continue to strive to understand the problems and the solutions more deeply.

 

The EIP team

Our impact mission is to help transform the energy industry into a 100% clean, resilient, and customer-friendly ecosystem

We believe that following sound ESG practices leads directly to capturing opportunities and mitigating risks that drive long-term value to EIP’s portfolio and enhances the risk-adjusted performance of our investments.

 

 

 

As a PRI signatory, EIP has committed to:

  • Incorporate ESG themes in investment analyses and decision-making processes,
  • Be active owners and incorporate ESG themes in its exercise of ownership,
  • Work toward satisfactory reporting of ESG themes from the companies which EIP has invested in,
  • Cooperate to ensure an efficient implementation of these principles; and
  • Report on its activities and implementation of said principles.

 

EIP’s ESG policy applies generally to all categories of investments made by EIP across its North American, European, Venture, Growth, Credit and Infrastructure investment vehicles.

 

Our investment efforts are focused on the transformative technologies that will be building blocks for the energy infrastructure of the future. These are highly attractive segments because of their potential for significant disruption, profitable growth, and the ability to lead and enable the transition to a cleaner, more reliable and customer-friendly energy ecosystem. Click below to read more about individual portfolio company impact stories from our 2018 Environmental Metrics report.

AMS is a SaaS company with an A.I. software platform that uses deep learning algorithms to enable optimized trading of complex energy assets in wholesale energy markets.
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Founded in 2014, Arcadia is a nationwide clean energy platform with one simple mission — to promote clean, renewable power across the United States.
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Attivo Networks, the global leader in deception technology, provides customers with a platform to efficiently detect, investigate, and respond to in-network attacks in enterprises and industrial environments.
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AutoGrid's suite of Energy Internet applications allows utilities,
electricity retailers, renewable energy project developers and energy
service providers to deliver cheap, clean and reliable energy by managing
networked distributed energy resources (DERs) in real time and at scale.
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CIMCON Lighting, Inc. uses LED lighting to create a wireless sensor network and platform enabling cities to implement a variety of Smart City applications to manage outdoor lighting, monitor air quality, meter electric vehicle chargers, improve public safety and security, optimize parking, traffic and waste management to improve the quality of life for city residents.
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Clevest helps utilities deliver safe, reliable and superior services through our innovative and configurable mobile workforce management and smart grid operations software solutions. We specialize in optimizing utility field operations, automating field activities and processes to improve safety, reliability, and response time. Over 220 utilities worldwide have selected Clevest as their mobile workforce partner, based on our experience from hundreds of successful implementations.
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Dragos, Inc. is an industrial cybersecurity company founded by industrial security practitioners and focused on the industry's hardest security challenges. Its Dragos Platform, Threat Operations Center, and Intelligence team ensure asset owners and operators have access to the right cybersecurity technology, services, and intelligence to operate safely, reliably, and efficiently in the ever growing hostile digital landscape.
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ecobee provides elegantly designed, wifi-enabled smart thermostats and light switches for residential homes and commercial workplaces engineered to maximize comfort and savings without comprising your lifestyle.
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Enchanted Rock, founded in 2006, develops, builds, owns and operates cost effective microgrids that help large commercial and industrial customers manage physical and financial risk associated with electricity. Leveraging a proprietary natural gas genset design, the company has deployed over 200MW of customer microgrids to-date.
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eSmart is a Norwegian provider of AI-based analytics for infrastructure inspection and asset health monitoring.
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Innowatts is a leading provider of meter-level predictive analytics for load forecasting, risk management, and customer engagement.
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Mosaic is the nation's leading residential clean energy lending platform, offering financing for solar and home improvements in the modern, energy-conscious home.
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Opus One Solutions is a software engineering and solutions company with the vision of a Connected Distributed Energy Network. Through GridOS®, its intelligent energy networking platform, Opus One optimizes complex power flows so that it can deliver real-time energy management to distribution utilities and other managers of distributed energy assets. GridOS is modular, scalable, and integrates seamlessly with existing data systems to unlock greater potential for distributed energy resources, including renewable generation, energy storage, and responsive demand. GridOS also facilitates the management of microgrids — from homes to businesses to communities — for unparalleled grid resiliency and value to the electricity customer.
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Palmetto is a clean technology software and fulfillment platform for deploying solar and energy efficiency products.
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Remix is the platform for designing and managing your city’s transportation future. Trusted by 4,000 planners in 300+ cities on three continents, Remix helps cities understand how streets, public transit, and private mobility work together. Remix empowers planners to explore new concepts, make informed decisions with data, and rally people around their vision. Remix helps ensure that cities are safe, accessible, and equitable for everyone.
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Sense Labs, Inc., founded in 2013, provides home intelligence through
non-intrusive load disaggregation technology. Using its hardware and
machine-learning cloud software, Sense delivers customers detailed,
real-time information about their homes through a consumer app. The
Boston-based company, led by a successful entrepreneur, has developed
leading technology that could be valuable in numerous, large markets
(energy, insurance, smart home, electronics, etc.).
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SparkFund, founded in 2013 and based in Washington, D.C., is an origination and financing platform to offer customers energy efficiency equipment through the “as a service” mode of sale. Specializing in LED retrofit offerings and targeting the less efficient small and medium-sized C&I sector, the company combines its specialized fund management engine, front-end integration software, and capital provider relationships to offer leading ESCO and REP channel partners a powerful sales and conversion tool for energy efficiency products.
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Swimlane is a security operations management platform that centralizes an organization’s security alerts, automates resolution, and dynamically produces metrics-based dashboards and reports.
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Urbint solves complex infrastructure issues for utilities by applying artificial intelligence to service territory data.
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Viriciti provides the leading monitoring solution that optimizes the operation and performance of electric bus and truck fleets. Their cloud-based telematics platform enables transportation operators to gain critical real-time visibility into their fleet, drive more electric miles, reduce operational costs, understand driver behavior, and predict and respond to issues and outages. They also provide solutions for mixed electric and diesel fleets, as well as smart charging and charge station monitoring.
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EIP recognizes that changes to the earth’s climate system caused by greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs) pose an existential threat to human society. Human-caused climate change is already contributing to increasingly severe weather changes that exacerbate environmental, social, economic, and political problems in many parts of the world.

To measure our own performance, we are proud to present our 2020 ESG and Impact Performance Report, highlighting the positive environmental impacts enabled by EIP’s investments.

EIP Portfolio Cumulative Lifetime Carbon Savings by Company

EIP’s 2019 portfolio companies enabled savings of:

  • 1.8 million metric tons of C02-equivalent;
  • 2.1 million megawatt-hours of electricity;
  • 92 million gallons of gasoline;
  • 720 metric tons of nitrogen oxides;
  • 540 metric tons of sulphur dioxide; and
  • 1.3 billion gallons of freshwater

 To learn more about our impact measurement approach and computations, click to download full report