List of 3 Renewable Energy Startups founded in Germany

Renewable Energy Startups based in Germany

This article is based on our list of the renewable energy startups in Europe containing general contact details, company details as well as information about the company focus. The list also offers personal contact information.

Germany is known for being a pioneer in new developments and an important player in the global economy. In the market of renewable energy, Germany is also an important driver of innovation, by not only creating new ideas but also promoting them through statutory regulations. That’s why we – the team – would like to introduce three of these innovative startups today, whose business ideas could have a lasting impact on the renewable energy market. All of them are also included in our List of +100 Renewable Energy Startups, which you can require as downloadable excel file.

1) Rabot Energy GmbH (Hamburg) 

With the use of AI, Automation & Machine Learning, the young startup with headquarter in Hamburg strives to enable decentral energy transformation. Based on deep knowledge in the field of renewable energy as well as an experienced team, Rabot Energy is active in different industries, utilities, direct marketers or technology developers, including include consulting, simulation of historic market transaction using back testing solutions, optimization of trading strategies in their service. In addition to their main focus, the B2B service, they entered the B2C market by developing a smart home charging solution for electric vehicles.

2) Siqens (Munich) 

The Munich based startup replaces diesel generators with fuel cells. Therefore, Siqens acts as critical component of uninterruptible power supply or complementary to solar and wind while designing their systems for cooperation. Featuring reduced fuel consumption even at low loads, lower fuel costs of methanol as well as low-maintenance operation and the possibility of remote maintenance are achieved. In addition, their technology enables an extremely low standby consumption of < 1 W. 

3) Solytic (Berlin) 

Solytic’s goal is to maximize the profitability of existing PV system by reducing monitoring costs and improving performance with data-based recommendations for action. In order to enable this development, they evolved an independent portal which be connected to already installed hardware from popular OEMs (on the condition that it can send data to third-party providers). Through this data-driven approach, the Berlin based startup gives unbiased and transparent insights of the PV assets, which leads to a centralization of the entire portfolio in one portal to identify relevant issues early.

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