Brad Pilgrim, the CEO and Co-founder of Parity, an energy management platform that is a sound solution to helping not only to reduce carbon emissions but lowering energy costs joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Brad Pilgrim discuss the following:
* Tell us more about Parity. How the company was founded and the overall goal of the company?
* How did you get into the energy field?
* Tell us more about Energy Efficient Software as a Service or for short EESaS and how it is the best way to lower emissions?
* EESaS also helps to bring down costs and has an immediate impact on fees. Can you expand on that?
* You say traditional and smart building technologies plays a critical role in safeguarding people’s health and improves overall sustainability and increases energy efficiency. How does the technology aid in all those three areas?
* Covid-19 has been challenging to a lot of businesses and everyone is looking to cut costs. Parity’s technology can reduce energy costs by up to 30 percent. That seems to be a tremendous benefit for any business. Tell us how it does that?
* Currently you are in Canada and the New York market. Are there any other markets you are looking to expand into in 2021?
* What do you feel are a few business challenges a company is faced with during this time?
* Provide some tips on what companies can do to be successful during these challenging times?
After spending five plus years working for successful energy start ups in the solar industry in his twenties, one of which went on to be acquired by a Fortune 200 US company, Brad Pilgrim turned his attention to tackling climate change in the urban settings where he spent most of his time. He co-founded Parity Inc. (Parity) in an effort to bring attention to the amount of energy he saw wasted in the condominium that he lived in.
Over the past three years, Brad has led his team to develop and deploy Parity as one of the first AI-powered energy management platforms for multi-residential buildings in order to champion his personal mission to eliminate energy waste in buildings. Using this platform, Brad and his team have helped prevent an estimated 8.9 million + lbs of CO2 emissions from their customers’ buildings since 2017. By educating more than 75 condo boards and partner organizations, Brad has helped customers save an average of more than $60,000 per year in utility use.
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