Lighthouse

51 University St Ste 400, Seattle, WA 98101

We provide hardware & software solutions for utilities (water/Gas/electric) to be able to access meter readings remotely. Our solution can be customized to your specific needs, using 2G/3G/4G/RF comms channels, and a highly secure hardware & software platform.

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3.8

Overall Excellence Rating

Industry

Internet of Things (IoT)

Category

Consumer Products

ESG/Ethical Impact

Once a niche approach thought to come at the expense of returns, Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) strategies have proven that they can be market-beating. If you’re someone who wants to make a positive difference, you might be interested to know how you, your money and the things you care about could all benefit from sustainable investing. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has shown the fragility of the planet, its complexity and interconnectedness in terms of demand and supply in trade and commerce, and how these can be under threat if not sustainable. ESG investing was already on a trajectory to reshaping the investment landscape in this new decade, but the COVID-19 outbreak is now likely to quicken the pace of this reshaping. The abbreviation ESG was first used in a 2004 report published by the United Nations called ‘Who Cares Wins’, which argued that the consideration of specific environmental, social and governance factors in investment decisions could have a positive impact on society as well as the financial markets. Since then, it has come to represent much more than a set of investment criteria. ESG investment strategies, like any other form of investing, still come with risk. This means there’s a chance you may get back less than you put in. And remember that a sustainable investment should be seen as a medium-to- long-term commitment, meaning you should be prepared to invest for at least five years. Investors, consumers and governments are placing renewed emphasis on climate change and sustainability. This factor examines the extent to which a company is taking a ‘green’ approach. The number of potential criteria within the environmental factor is vast. It might, for instance, involve analysing how dependent a business is on fossil fuels, how much waste it is producing or how it treats animals.The reasoning behind analysing a company’s governance practices is clear. A business that is run propely is more likely to succeed over the long term than one that isn’t. When it comes to assessing a company’s governance, common criteria can include whether it uses open and transparent accounting practices or whether shareholders can vote on important decisions.

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$204,900,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

4.2

Customer Rating

4

Company Size

100-1000

ESG Risk Rating

3

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