Watertown, MA – GreenerU, Inc. has been named to the 2014 Inc. 5000 list, a group of the fastest growing private companies in the U.S. Registering a 3 year growth rate of 429%, the company finished in the top 25% of the of Inc. Magazine’s annual listing. Among engineering companies that qualified for the Inc. 5000 listing, GreenerU was recognized as #11 out of the 66 firms listed.
“We are very pleased with our high ranking on the 2014 Inc. 5000 list,” said Rob Pratt, CEO and founder. “GreenerU has come a long way since our founding in 2009. By focusing on higher education and its specialized needs, as well as delivering excellent service to our clients, the company has rapidly become the largest energy and sustainability services provider to colleges and universities in New England.”
“GreenerU’s vision has always been to be the leading energy solutions and services company in the higher education sector,” said David Adamian, Senior Vice President and a co-founder of the company. “We’re well on our way, not only delivering energy efficiency and campus engagement solutions to colleges, but through the development and delivery of specialized offerings tailored to the needs of schools, such as GreenerDorms, GreenerLabs and GreenerOPx.”
GreenerU has an impressive client base, composed of a number of the nation’s most highly respected private colleges and universities, as well as collegiate leaders in the movement to improve campus efficiency and sustainability while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. The company has focused on serving clients in the greater New England region to date, but it will soon be expanding its reach to colleges outside of the region.
Founded in 2009, GreenerU is a leading provider of energy solutions and services to the higher education marketplace. Through its core technical capabilities and its unique, integrated behavioral change management approach, GreenerU helps colleges and universities save energy, update infrastructure, reduce deferred maintenance, and engage stakeholders in meeting institutional sustainability goals. Using a best-in-class integrated offering approach to serve the specialized needs of its higher education clients, the company delivers lasting, high-value solutions to a client base with complex challenges and significant needs.