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cove.tool Named to TIME’s List of America’s Top GreenTech Companies of 2024

cove.tool, the AI-powered sustainability consulting company, today celebrates being recognized by TIME Magazine as one of America’s Top GreenTech Companies 2024, which recognizes sustainability-focu...

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AI-Powered Sustainability Consulting Company Recognized for Positive Impact on Built Environment

ATLANTA: cove.tool, the AI-powered sustainability consulting company, today celebrates being recognized by TIME Magazine as one of America’s Top GreenTech Companies 2024, which recognizes sustainability-focused companies based on their positive environmental impact, financial strength and innovation. TIME partnered with Statista, Inc., a leading statistics portal and industry ranking provider, to create this inaugural list by analyzing data points such as value of the company's intellectual property portfolio, revenue and funding, and environmental data specific to each industry.

cove.tool is ranked as one of the top ten companies in TIME’s “Built Environment” category. The company is focused on setting a new standard in sustainability consulting, merging building science expertise with advanced analytical software and AI innovations. It aims to equip building industry professionals with the data needed to make better decisions on projects and drive decarbonization efforts forward.

This recognition from TIME highlights cove.tool's commitment to developing solutions that elevate industry standards and significantly contribute to a more sustainable global future.

“Our core mission has always been centered on reducing carbon emissions within the built environment sector,” says Sandeep Ahuja, CEO and Co-Founder of cove.tool. "This acknowledgment by TIME, alongside other industry pacesetters, not only validates our achievements in environmental innovation but also bolsters our resolve to further our impact, but we are proud to say through our platform, we have offset over 45 million tonnes of carbon over the last six years."

cove.tool’s transformative solutions include project.assist, the company’s AI-powered sustainability consulting service focused on democratizing access to on-demand, sustainable design insights; and revgen.tool, bridging the gap between manufacturers and architects to promote the adoption of materials with lower embodied carbon through its AI-powered reporting feature, design.assist.

"This honor from TIME propels us forward, reinforcing our dedication to combating climate change alongside our peers,” adds Ahuja. “It is a testament to the collective strength and vision shared by companies committed to securing a brighter, more sustainable future.”

To learn more about cove.tool and its path to transform the building design and construction industry, visit https://cove.tools/.

About cove.tool

cove.tool is an AI-powered sustainability consulting company that leverages proprietary software and AI to find data-driven insights to transform building design and construction. Its streamlined, responsive analysis enables architects, design teams, and building product manufacturers to leverage data for informed decisions, ensuring optimized design outcomes and an improved ROI. In fostering trusted and strategic partnerships, cove.tool enhances collaboration among project teams and maximizes architectural and business success, while simultaneously championing systemic climate action by driving rapid decarbonization of buildings through simulation.

For more information, visit: https://cove.tools/.

Fonte: Business Wire

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