“I said, what have we done as far as energy efficiency? And the answer I got back was: we've done everything we can; we've changed over to LEDs. And I think by that point I was like, got it, okay. So your understanding of energy optimization or efficiency is LEDs. Which is sort of like that classic light bulb moment.”
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Episode 16 is a conversation with Brad Pilgrim, CEO of Parity, Inc.
- Brad breaks down the application of smart building technology in multifamily residential buildings, including how that's different from other verticals and why it's such a unique niche.
- We unpack Parity's solution for that space, which as a long-time resident of multifamily buildings myself, sounds like a perfect product-market fit.
- Brad shares how the pandemic has changed residential energy consumption patterns and why that has actually driven more demand for the Parity solution.
- And much, much more.
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Here’s this week’s Deep deep dive outline:
My reaction, including highlights:
How the MF space is different than other vertical markets
The gap left by others that Parity discovered
What efficiency as a service means to Parity
How Parity talks about AI (they don't) and how their platform uses AI
How the pandemic has really thrown a wrench in Parity's solution and how they've responded; and how WFH has caused home water and hot water usage to spike
How remote control is driving sales and deployment of their tech