Press release | 27 January 2022
Rezatec has been named in the PwC Net Zero Future50 index. The list and accompanying report are compiled by the world-leading professional services firm and identify 50 organisations delivering innovative solutions in relation to climate technology. The final 50 are shortlisted from a database of over 3,000 technology businesses.
Inclusion in the Future50 report highlights the impact of Rezatec’s Geospatial AI platform in supporting customers from the water and forestry sectors through environmental challenges. These include increasingly severe weather events such as fire or flooding and significant water loss.
Rezatec CEO Patrick Newton said: “Helping organisations combat the effects of climate change on their infrastructure and helping us all to protect, manage and optimise our precious resources are key to the Rezatec mission. We do this by making complex geospatial AI cost effective and simple to use. Being included in PWC’s list of climate change tech leaders is a testament to the value our remote, scalable solution is delivering to customers.”
Leo Johnson, Head of Disruption & Innovation at PwC, said: “As climate challenges grow ever more urgent, climate tech innovations are helping to bend the emissions curve and accelerate decarbonisation. The UK has been pivotal in climate tech’s growth over recent years and with COP26 highlighting the need for climate technology as part of the Glasgow Breakthrough Agenda, the space is emerging rapidly. Technology is not the panacea, but climate tech is a critical mechanism to get us on track to meet the 1.5 degree goal, and the UK is at the forefront.”
PwC’s Net Zero Future50 report is available to download here at pwc.com. The aim of the Future50 is to examine the broken links between key greenhouse gas emitting sectors and the solutions that could save our planet. It culminates in the publication of 50 pioneering companies that represent the most promising, disruptive tech innovations.
Rezatec’s Geospatial AI platform empowers business leaders to dynamically manage their ground-based assets and mission critical infrastructure – at scale. This means they can prioritize investment in the right place at the right time, boost the value of their assets and accelerate more powerful decisions on resource deployment to super-charge productivity
About Net Zero Future50
The Net Zero Future50 report looks at examples of innovative UK start-ups across the climate tech landscape; covering Mobility and Transport, Energy, Food, Agriculture and Land Use (FALU), Industry, Manufacturing and Resource Management, Built Environment, Financial Services and Climate Change Management and Reporting and GHG Capture, Removal and Storage. The companies highlighted in the report were selected from our Climate Tech Investment Index, a database of over 3,000 climate tech start-ups. PwC focused on 50 illustrative examples for this publication, analysing for each innovator, the size of the prize in terms of environmental and commercial impact, their maturity and their potential to scale to achieve breakthrough results.
With offices in 156 countries and more than 295,000 employees and partners, PwC is among the leading professional services networks in the world. The company helps organisations and individuals create the value they are looking for, by delivering quality in Assurance, Tax and Advisory services.
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