Clevernet set to expand after signing two landlord deals
The Irish start-up’s energy-saving technology will now be used by Henderson Park and Land Securities, two British property giants
Clevernet, the Irish technology start-up, is looking to treble the office space in which its energy-saving technology is deployed next year after landing contracts with two of Europe’s largest institutional landlords.
The firm, founded by Shane Deasy, who previously co-founded Bitbuzz, a wifi network operator, has signed deals with Henderson Park and Land Securities, two British property giants.
The contracts will result in Clevernet’s technology being deployed across their offices to more efficiently...
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