Utopi Creates 50 New Jobs After Securing £5m Funding
3rd Apr 2023
Real-estate data analytics platform, Utopi will create 50 new jobs after securing £5million of funding from the Scottish National Investment Bank.
The Glasgow-based company which specialises in energy consumption monitoring and impact technology will use the scale-up support to target new global markets.
By providing real time and actionable ESG data and carbon emission analysis in multi-tenant buildings, Utopi is at the forefront of the sustainable city revolution, supporting the transition to Net Zero.
“This investment will support our ambitious plan to become the number one ESG Technology platform in our target markets. Data driven transformation is essential to reducing Global carbon emissions and with the support of The Bank, we can reach global audiences sooner. The Bank really understands the opportunity we have to make an impact, and we are delighted to have them onboard for the next exciting stage of our journey.”
Utopi CEO, Jonathan Burridge
Figures indicate that the new technology is on track to reduce over 6,500 tonnes of carbon from multi-resident buildings over three years.
The Scottish technology company is currently working in partnership with Moda Living in Edinburgh at its 476-home neighbourhood Moda, The McEwan, to monitor the energy consumption of individual properties located in the residential building. Residents and building managers have access to real-time data to indicate carbon emission levels.
“We are fully committed to achieving Scotland’s net zero targets.
This investment has the potential to make a significant impact on carbon emissions in the real estate sector, futureproofing sustainable communities around Scotland.
Our investment into Utopi will support several new data-lead jobs in the company, helping to build Scotland’s technology ecosystem.
Utopi’s technology has a strong alignment with both our Net Zero and Innovation missions and we look forward to working with them to deliver their ambitious growth plans.”
Nicola Douglas, executive director of innovation at the Scottish National Investment Bank