Deepki grabs $166 million to help real estate investors reduce carbon emissions

Deepki reduce carbon emissions

Deepki reduce carbon emissions


French startup Deepki has raised a $166 million Series C funding round (€150 million). The company is building a software-as-a-service platform for the real estate industry. It’s a monitoring and analytics product that helps you take better decisions.

Companies using Deepki can track and analyze ESG (Environmental, Social, and Governance) criteria, starting with carbon emissions generated by their real estate portfolio.

You can’t reduce what you can’t measure. As real estate investors want to lower their environmental impact with new and existing projects, Deepki first lets you get a comprehensive overview of your carbon emission performance.


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Deepki lets you collect and aggregate data, such as energy, water and waste. The company tries to automate this process as much as possible using APIs, web scraping or connections to SFTP servers.

It can be a good starting point to see how you stack up compared to legal requirements across various geographies. You can also extract data and use it for certifications.

But using a product like Deepki can be particularly useful to see trends over time. From Deepki’s data management and monitoring platform, you can see how your electricity or water consumption changes over time.

Big corporate clients with multiple commercial properties can add several locations to Deepki and compare them on the platform. This way, you can prioritize one building over another to implement energy savings plans. It’ll improve your overall carbon trajectory.

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