A couple weeks ago I was invited to the Finnish parliament’s finance committee to present BaseN’s views, together with three major energy companies. The subject was a new law related to energy efficiency services provided by the utilities. What really struck me was that my CEO colleagues in the briefing only tried to slow down or block any new obligations, related to measurements or providing information to end customers.

Although I do believe in democracy, battling climate change would seem to need faster actions. Therefore we’ll have to create a phenomenon that will bring Finland back to technology leadership, this time in Cleantech.

//Pasi

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