Energy tech startups trying to address the CO2 emissions from facilities have regained interest in Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) technologies. Energy providers are now collaborating with academic engineering departments to design CCS solutions that enable stable CO2 removal rates.
Energy storage technologies have also become pertinent to this trend. Thermal Energy Storage (TES) systems are emerging as the top choice for these businesses as they prioritize and budget for energy storage systems. Standard heat engines, like those found in thermal power plants currently in operation, can efficiently convert heat stored at high temperatures into electrical energy.
Exploring the potential of hydrogen technologies are on the top of the list for innovative energy tech startups. The design and optimization of large-scale H2 projects are aided by model-based design and system simulation, which enable innovators to successfully improve energy use in the future.
To put the spotlight on such key developments in the industry, Energy Tech Review illustrates how the use of CCS and other energy technologies. This edition also features thought leadership articles from subject matter experts. Some of the exclusive insights are authored by Fabio Ficano, Head of BootstrapLabs Venture Studio for Climate and Energy; Scott Ungerer, Managing Partner at EnerTech Capital; and Steve Westly, Founder and Managing Partner, The Westly Group. They shed light on how new technologies are influencing the energy tech startup space.
In this edition of Energy Tech Review, we also bring to you the story of the top energy tech start-ups leveraging power energy storage technologies and CCS. In the list, MicroSilicon stands out for offering advanced microsensors for the energy transition that helps to attain unprecedented levels of operational efficiency, productivity, and competitive advantage.
Through the following pages, we aim to shine a light on the innovative trends and latest developments in the energy tech industry. We would like to know your thoughts.