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Utilizing the Internet of Things and the latest in cloud computing to create systems that predict, monitor and manage the needs of buildings

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Deepinder Singh

Founder & CEO at 75F

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Employees 21–50
Headquarters Bloomington, Minnesota, United States
75F is removing the barriers to building automation with a system that improves commercial building comfort, indoor air quality, and energy efficiency in a cost-effective way. Traditional building control systems are overbuilt and require extensive resources to install custom programs, and maintains creating high costs of acquisition and ownership. Using Internet of Things (IoT) design, 75F's vertically integrated suite of wireless sensors, equipment controllers, smarter thermostats, and cloud-based software delivers fast functionality and results out of the box. A United Nations Environmental Program partner and USGBC LEED partner, 75F offers triple-bottom-line results for profit, people and planet. 75F was recently named a 2021 Global Cleantech 100 company, a 2021 BloombergNEF Pioneer, and is one of just 11 companies to join the first Google accelerator program for climate technology.

Currently Operating in Five Regions

Press Mentions

April 8, 2021

Twelve Climate Innovators Chosen as 2021 BNEF Pioneers | BloombergNEF

November 22, 2020

Why Some Tech Workers Leaving Silicon Valley Are Changing Jobs

July 19, 2021

75F accrues new investment from Siemens AG

July 16, 2021

Smart energy startup 75F raises Series A round of $5M from Siemens AG

April 28, 2020

75F Named Honorable Mention in Fast Company's World Changing Ideas Awards

April 20, 2020

Minnesota company 75F returns SBA-guaranteed loan funds

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