The Cleantech Group has unveiled its Global Cleantech 100 list for 2019— the 10th iteration of the list— which includes more than 10 energy storage companies.
The annual Cleantech 100— which will be formally announced at the company’s (17th) annual Cleantech Forum San Francisco— is “a list of private companies with the highest potential to make the most significant market impact within a 5-10 year timeframe”.
UK-based residential energy storage firm Moixa is among those listed, following the firm’s expansion into the Japanese market in October 2018— where it its GridShare software alongside partners Itochu and Trende.
Another selected company is German residential battery storage provider Sonnen, which recently gained approval to provide grid-balancing services across Germany using the company’s network of residential lithium iron phosphate batteries.
Other energy storage companies selected in the 100 include Advanced Microgrid Solutions, Avalon Battery, Electrochaea, Ferroamp, Freewire Technologies, Husk, Primus Power, Skeleton Technologies and Stem.
To qualify for the Cleantech 100, participants must be “independent for-profit companies not listed on any major stock exchange”.