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Fenix Energy: Thermal Energy Generates Heat for Vancouver Clean Technology Company

With a mission to create the greenest cities across North America one building at a time, it's no wonder Canadian clean technology company Fēnix Energy is making waves in the latest Clean Technology Industry report by Analytica Advisors.

Profiled as a player in the energy efficiency and green buildings space, Fēnix Energy is gaining traction in the property industry by promising a "don't move until we prove approach" to municipalities and developers investing in renewables to enhance the environmental and economic returns of land portfolios.

"Being independently acknowledged as a clean technology player is a solid reinforcement of where we're at as a company," commented Edward Smith, Managing Director, Fēnix Energy. "We've been in the mechanical systems and environmental engineering space for several years and we've evolved as the demand for energy management and the opportunity for environmental returns has increased. We started off as a Design – Build service provider for Heating Ventilation and Air Conditioning systems, now we're upgrading not only buildings but entire districts into Thermal Energy Assets that can harvest, store and trade energy. It's creating a win for communities, the environment and the bottom line of property owners. We believe that's the way it should be – no trade-off!"

Commenting on the findings of the latest Canadian Clean Technology Industry Report and a guest editorial from Jane Kearns, Senior Advisor, MaRS about how "Innovation is Good, Adoption is Better," Ed concludes, "It's true. It is tough to persuade purchasers to alter their buying behaviour, and even harder when markets are set up to favour the status quo. That's why it is up to clean technology companies, like Fēnix, to continuously reinforce the business case for investing in renewables. And for independent advisors like Analytica, to benchmark the challenges and opportunities faced by all players collaborating to sustain positive impact."

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