In Europe, despite the increase in renewable energy capacity, there is an urgent need to accelerate the green transition and reduce emissions by 2030.
25 promising startups will help not only reduce dependence on traditional, non-renewable energy sources, but also pave the way to a more sustainable future, reports EU-Startups.
It is noted that the global temperature has already increased by 1.2°C compared to pre-industrial levels. This alarming trend underscores the urgency of transitioning to renewable energy sources to mitigate the effects of climate change.
TOP 25 green energy startups:
- Aerones A Latvian company offering to repair wind turbine blades;
- Baschuevolt : an innovative company from Spain developing next-generation lithium batteries for the mass deployment of electric vehicles, stationary energy storage and advanced portable devices;
- BeFC bioenzymatic fuel cells : a French company specializing in the creation of environmentally friendly energy solutions using paper-based biofuel cells – an eco-alternative to traditional batteries;
- Biomet , Italy: conversion of municipal waste to liquefied natural gas from organic sources (BioLNG);
- TSEPHENIA , Bavaria: production of renewable synthetic fuels using electricity, CO2 and biogas-to-liquids (PBtL);
- Clover , Sweden: simplification and financing of sustainable modernization of buildings, including the installation of CHPs, batteries, heat pumps and electric vehicle charging systems;
- Continuum Industries , UK: A cloud platform designed to accelerate and de-risk the development of new linear infrastructure projects, from concept to consent;
- Electra , France: ultra-fast charging for electric cars in 20 minutes for 400 km;
- Energy Dome , Italy: Technologies for long-term energy storage through a thermodynamic cycle using CO2 promoting decarbonization.
- Ensol , France: individual solar power plants for houses;
- enter , Germany: integrated services aimed at energy independence, reduction of up to 72% of energy costs for homeowners and decarbonization of the home;
- FREYER , Luxembourg: production of environmentally friendly battery cells to facilitate the global transition to electrified and decarbonized energy and transport systems;
- Gazelle Wind Power , Ireland, offers smaller, lighter and simpler hybrid dynamic mooring systems for offshore wind platforms
- Gehagon Prussia , Norway: zero-emission mobile solutions – high-pressure hydrogen systems and battery electric transport systems;
- Geathen , Norway: accelerates thermal electrification for deep decarbonization, using waste heat for industrial heating;
- GG2E , Germany: use peak energy to produce cost-effective carbon-free heat, clean hydrogen and electricity for local industries and communities;
- Gitzamite , Finland: with the help of its patented methane pyrolysis technology, produce low-carbon hydrogen and stable carbon products;
- Ostrom , Germany: supplies 100% clean and renewable electricity;
- Smalt , Germany: training of qualified climate personnel;
- Sunprime , Italy: independent producer of solar electricity;
- Supernode , Ireland: specializes in superconducting interconnection systems that facilitate renewable energy integration and grid interconnection;
- Transmuteh SA , Switzerland: energy production from nuclear waste;
- Venter , Great Britain: development of offshore wind energy;
- Vianode , Norway: production of synthetic graphite for innovative battery materials;
- Vena Mobile Energy , Italy: a mobile operator that provides services to consumers of electric vehicles.