Cupertino, California – March 1, 2023 – Eugenie.ai, a SaaS-based emissions intelligence platform that enables asset-heavy manufacturers to track, trace, and reduce Scope I emissions while improving operational KPIs, has been announced as one of twelve startup companies chosen as part of Google’s Climate Change Cohort. Google’s Climate Change Cohort chooses twelve startups that are dedicated to using Artificial Intelligence, machine learning, and cloud technology in their companies’ efforts to create a green climate. Being chosen as one of these companies is a clear indicator of Eugenie AI’s work and dedication towards the ideas of a green technology industry impressing forward-thinkers at Google. According to Google, this ten week digital program is designed to bring the best of Google’s technology and minds together with the most innovative technologists across the region.
“This is an exciting next step in our journey, and we are looking forward to learning, growing, and innovating with other members of the Google for Startups Climate Change 2023 Cohort!” said Dr. Soudip Roy Chowdhury, Founder of Eugenie.ai. “We firmly believe that together, we can make a significant impact and create a world that is not only greener but also more sustainable for generations to come.”
Those at Eugenie.ai look forward to working with its peers in order to decrease the waste and carbon footprint of its industry as well as other major industries across the country.
Founded in 2018, Eugenie.ai creates Artificial Intelligence solutions for manufacturers and large companies that helps make companies more efficient and decrease their carbon footprint in their day-to-day operations. Eugenie has helped a variety of companies in significantly reducing their carbon footprint and operational costs, including reducing annual emissions by 10% for a Mexican mining major and enabling USA’s largest oil major to reduce emissions and operational expenses by 15%.
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