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Top 10 Energy Tech Startups - 2021

The energy business is undergoing a tremendous technological transition that will reshape traditional energy delivery lines. The new wave of technology brings realistic alternatives that can significantly increase the amplitude with which people use natural resources rather than traditional fossil fuels.

Factory environments have become more efficient thanks to automation and data-driven approaches in energy production. “Energy 4.0,” or the digital revolution in the energy sector, has been marked by the penetration of innovative technology, which has the power to change the energy supply. After seeing their potential in other industries, the energy sector has quickly adopted technology concepts such as internet of things (IoT), big data, blockchain, machine learning, and cloud computing. Using the latest technology, energy and utility businesses have reimagined how they operate and communicate with their customers. Technically, it has contributed to developing a smart grid, better-managed renewable energy, and more cohesively distributed power. Further, IoT has transformed the industry’s operations into a global network of connected devices that can send digital data to platforms that capture, analyze, and share results in real-time.

To help leaders navigate the world of energy tech, Energy Tech Review has compiled a list of the most promising energy tech startups. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs.

We present to you Energy Tech Review’s “Top 10 Energy Tech Startups - 2021.”  

    Top Energy Tech Startups

  • Solarflux develops and markets an innovative parabolic dish concentrator design capable of delivering an abundance of clean, inexpensive thermal energy for various applications. Solarflux’s FOCUS is a two-axis tracking concentrating solar power (CSP) system that employs a proprietary, patented optical design to achieve superior solar-to-thermal energy conversion relative to other solar energy technologies. The FOCUS’s patented optical design, which evenly distributes the light across the central receiver, further boosts energy absorption efficiency. With a high concentration ratio, Solarflux reaches temperatures in excess of 1500 C at the receiver, equivalent to 25 percent of the sun’s surface temperature, further boosting efficiency

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  • Amplify Energy

    Amplify Energy

    Amplify Energy Corp.'s properties are generally comprised of operational working interests in producing and undeveloped leasehold acreage in North America, as well as recognised producing wells. Additionally, the corporation owns working interests in producing and undeveloped leasehold acreage that are not operated. Amplify Energy Corp. is a privately held oil and gas business focused on the purchase, development, exploration, and production of oil and gas properties. The Company's operations are concentrated in East Texas/Louisiana, the Rockies, South Texas, and off the coast of California.

  • Aurora Solar

    Aurora Solar

    Aurora Solar is a software-as-a-service company that assesses solar installation projects through the use of aerial images. Aurora Solar creates software for the solar sector. It develops cloud-based software that enables solar photovoltaic engineering design, provides workflow management features, and assists solar installers and financiers with sales and customer acquisition. Aurora Solar was formed in 2013 by Christopher Hopper and Samuel Adeyemo. Its headquarters are located in San Francisco, California.

  • Hartree Solutions

    Hartree Solutions

    Hartree Solutions is a subsidiary of Hartree Partners, one of the world's largest energy trading organisations. Hartree Partners recognised the need for a new energy approach to assist businesses with their energy requirements and founded Hartree Solutions, assembling an extraordinary and experienced team of energy specialists, traders, data analysts, and creative thinkers based in Central London.

  • Ion Storage Systems

    Ion Storage Systems

    ION Storage Systems is a high-tech energy company focused on the development of Solid State Lithium Metal Batteries. Ion Storage Systems is committed to developing the most energy dense and safest batteries possible for usage in any environment. Advances in solid state battery technology have resulted in a battery that meets the mission-critical requirements of the defence and aerospace industries, while also being safer and more efficient for consumer gadgets and electric cars.

  • LevelTen Energy

    LevelTen Energy

    LevelTen enables C&I customers to acquire renewable energy in a secure and cost-effective manner. LevelTen's technology-enabled marketplace connects a broader range of clients in the construction and industrial sectors to utility-scale projects. By combining buyers and sellers, its technology-enabled platform enables smaller commercial and industrial customers to access the same projects and terms as the world's top energy buyers. With access to a portfolio of the market's top projects, C&I customers can easily achieve sustainability goals and stabilise energy costs, eliminating the need for time-consuming RFP processes.

  • Omnidian

    Omnidian

    Omnidian provides comprehensive protection insurance for household solar energy system investments. It serves both private homeowners and financial entities that manage huge portfolios of residential solar assets, such as funds and third-party owners. The company's lifetime performance guarantee includes real-time monitoring, proactive service alerts, and 100% covered hardware and software via a worldwide network of field service professionals, as well as a 100% energy guarantee or plan owners will be paid for energy loss. The objective of the company is to safeguard and accelerate the growth of capital invested in the home solar industry. Omnidian is supported by the Department of Energy's SunShot Program, which accelerates the development of transformative solar technologies. Omnidian began operations in 2015 and is based in Seattle, Washington.

  • Proterra

    Proterra

    Proterra designs and produces zero-emission, heavy-duty electric buses that enable bus fleet operators to dramatically cut operating costs while providing clean, peaceful transportation to cities throughout North America. On a single charge, the company's flexible Catalyst platform is designed to meet the daily distance requirements of a diverse range of transportation routes. Proterra products are proudly designed, produced, and manufactured in America, with headquarters in Silicon Valley, South Carolina, and Los Angeles. They offer industry-leading durability and energy efficiency based on rigorous independent testing in the United States. Proterra's ground-breaking battery-electric transit vehicles assist fleet operators in transitioning away from fossil fuels, improving environmental quality, and lowering operating costs. They have prevented the release of more than 55 million pounds of greenhouse emissions into the atmosphere and avoided the combustion of about 2 million gallons of gasoline in collaboration with their customers.

  • Talos Energy

    Talos Energy

    Talos Energy is an independent oil and gas exploration and production firm with a strong technological focus. Talos Energy is a privately held oil and gas business led by a management team with decades of offshore exploration and production experience. We are experts at acquiring operational shelf and developed deepwater assets in the Gulf of Mexico and then exploring, exploiting, and optimising those assets through the use of cutting-edge seismic techniques and processes.They have a solid track record of positive results as a cohesive group that has worked together for well over a decade. Prior to founding Talos Energy in 2012, they created and sold two successful Gulf of Mexico oil and gas firms–Phoenix Exploration Co. and Gryphon Exploration Co–each of which generated considerable returns for their equity investors.

  • VIA

    VIA

    "Via is a public transit firm that is reinventing itself by developing and providing on-demand public mobility solutions for passengers. The company converts public transportation from a rigid network of fixed routes and schedules to a fully dynamic, on-demand network. The Via mobile app joins customers who are travelling in the same direction, allowing riders to share a premium vehicle easily. ViaVan, the platform's joint venture with Mercedes-Benz Vans, operates in the United States and Europe. Via's technology is deployed globally through collaborative initiatives with public transportation agencies, private transit operators, taxi fleets, private corporations, and universities, seamlessly integrating with public transit infrastructure to power cutting-edge on-demand mobility. The company was created in 2012 and is headquartered in the United States of America's capital city of New York."

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