3E Company, a leading provider of environmental health and safety (EH&S) compliance and information management services, and Atmospheric and Environmental Research (AER), a leading provider of weather risk management solutions, today announced they have both won Business Achievement Awards from Environmental Business Information publications for their ongoing commitment to developing innovative data services aimed at reducing risk for their customers. 3E’s data services reduce product and environmental risk, and AER’s services reduce uncertainty in renewable power. Both 3E Company and AER operate as subsidiaries of Verisk Analytics (Nasdaq:VRSK). 3E Company received a Business Achievement Award from Environmental Business Journal ® in the information technology category, while AER received a Business Achievement Award from Climate Change Business Journal ® in the low-carbon and renewable power category. The dual wins serve as objective third-party validation of Verisk’s ongoing commitment to expanding its innovative data-driven solutions and services for the management, measurement, and reduction of risk in the environmental arena. “We applaud both 3E and AER for their outstanding achievements in the environmental and renewable power industries,” said Grant Ferrier, president of Environmental Business International Inc. (EBI, San Diego), publisher of Environmental Business Journal and Climate Change Business Journal. “ EBJ is pleased to honor 3E for the seventh consecutive year. Today we recognize 3E’s product safety data that reduces environmental risk in multiple industries across the supply chain. We also welcome AER to the renewable power category with an award for their innovations in forecasting solar energy and wind power resources.” “In industries that still present challenges in many segments, both 3E’s product safety data and AER’s solar and wind energy forecasting solutions have made successful forays into new practice areas and developed technologies that can help build a more sustainable economy and reduce environmental risk in multiple industries across the supply chain,” continued Ferrier.