SmartGreen Selected as a 2019 Red Herring Top 100 Europe Winner

AMSTERDAM–(BUSINESS WIRE)–SmartGreen was selected as one of the Top
100 Europe
Red Herring winners at the Top 100 Forum, which
recognizes Europe leading private companies and celebrates innovations
and technologies across industries.

Red Herring Top 100 Europe enlists outstanding entrepreneurs and
promising companies and selects award winners from approximately 1,200
privately financed companies each year in the European region. Red
Herring’s Top 100 list has become a mark of distinction for identifying
promising new companies and entrepreneurs.

“We are really proud of this achievement”, said Nati Freiberg,
SmartGreen’s CEO. “Red Herring’s editorial staff evaluated SmartGreen
based on both quantitative and qualitative criteria, including
technological innovation, management quality, overall business strategy,
financial performance, and market penetration. They found the SmartGreen
OptiNergy™ cleantech technology for energy efficiency to be easy to
implement, cost effective, and smart. We are very grateful to Red
Herring for recognising our innovation and look forward to showcasing
our solutions in the US market at Red Herring’s North American event
later in May.”

Founded in 2013, SmartGreen is a provider of advanced solutions that
optimise the operational and energy performance of commercial and
industrial buildings and facilities. SmartGreen’s flagship product,
OptiNergy is an innovative cloud-based platform that combines machine
learning algorithms, big data analytics, and Building Internet of Things
(BIoT) technology and devices. The platform can detect and
correct system and equipment failures in real time, immediately
adjusting parameters to optimize performance.
SmartGreen is owned
and backed by RunTech Group, a UK based company.
provides intelligent building data services across multiple building
usage and occupation, creating connected spaces which drive productivity
and efficiency.


Nati Freiberg

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