What do energy startups?
Energy startups means any new company creating new technologies or increasing productivity in the creation, distribution and consumption of energy
Which areas are the main focus of energy startups?
Right now it’s green or eco-friendly energy such as windpower and solar power
Is investment in an energy startup risky?
Yes. Like all startups and in common with wider “green” or “eco” startups there is high risk as however worthy the ambition there is rapid evolution in this category and what was once innovative can be very quickly superseded
Is working at an energy startup a good career move?
Yes. Not only will you contribute to an attempt to improve the world and lessen our impact on the environment you’ll be working in a global market with new technologies. And if it all fails you can always join one of the big energy firms after….
Energy Startups London #1 BEST ENERGY START UPS 2020 UK Guide
Bulb are the UK’s biggest green supplier and supply 100% renewable electricity from solar, wind and hydro.
Pod Point are the UK’s largest independent provider of electric vehicle charging. Since forming in 2009, they have manufactured and sold over 69,000 charging points across the UK and Norway.
Pod point have also developed an extensive public network connecting EV drivers with 3,000+ charging bays at locations including Tesco, Lidl and Center Parcs.
Bboxx designs, manufactures, distributes and finances innovative plug & play solar systems to improve access to power across Africa and the developing world.
More than 150,000 BBOXX products have been sold in more than 35 countries, improving the lives of nearly 1 million people.
Moixa want to be the UK’s leading smart battery company and to do this they have developed Smart Battery hardware and GridShare software to facilitate smart energy storage and sharing.
This pioneering smart energy-management software helps renewable energy work intelligently for individuals and businesses as their GridShare software facilitates and interprets complex interactions between energy-storage devices and the grid, enabling data-based decision making and ensuring value is created throughout the supply chain.
LimeJump is changing the way the world transacts power by embracing machine learning algorithms and human trading ability to deliver renewable resources where demand requires electricity, in sub-second speed.
Limejump’s Virtual Power Platform is an aggregation of flexible power generation and storage assets of different sizes and technology types and their goal is to deliver 100% renewable energy at all times to our customers through the direct real-time connectivity between renewable energy sources, storage flexibility such as batteries and demand response.
Econic catalyst technologies have been patented, validated in pilot operations and continue to secure additional investment and their team of scientists, engineers and commercial managers conduct their cutting-edge work in a state-of-the-art facility at Alderley Park, the internationally renowned science hub south of Manchester.
All of their efforts are intently focused on a future where waste CO2, a damaging greenhouse gas, is turned into commercial and environmental gain.
Buffalo Grid solar-powered technology makes phone charging and internet services available to all and are laying the foundations for a future where everyone is connected.
Hometree believes that customers should get better, cheaper home care plans and customers should never be subjected to poor customer service and constant price hikes.
Tempus Energy are revolutionising electricity systems with their unique software that unlocks demand flexibility in connected customers by using AI and algorithms to control and optimise when flexible assets use energy.
By predicting volatility in carbon intensity and market prices Tempus Energy allow customers to reduce their energy costs – while simultaneously enhancing their use of renewables.