US data analytics provider buys Danish consultant firm

Trend-setting Danish consultancy firm becomes part of WoodMackenzie after US acquisition.

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Danish consultant firm Make has been acquired by analyst company Verisk Analytics. The US buyer will thus turn Make into part of the British consultant company WoodMackenzie, which Verisk also bought in 2015. As such, the purchase is a continuation of the acquisition strategy which also folded Greentech Media into Mackenzie last summer.

"Decarbonization is the defining trend in the energy industry today. And Wood Mackenzie is building a preeminent position to offer our clients the latest thinking in the renewables sector," says Neal Anderson, President of Wood Mackenzie in a press release.

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