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Top 10 Renewable Energy Solution Companies in Europe - 2021

 

If one closely looks at the energy sector today, they can notice various signs that suggest rapid transformation in the industry. For starters, governments around the world are increasing cautious and passing legislation to incorporate sustainable energy sources and technologies to enable the efficient use of energy systems. In fact, Energy 4.0, as it is known, is becoming a more than a buzzword in the industry to implement intelligent energy and power management solutions based on machine-to-machine and machine-human interactions.

Alongside, distributed energy resources (DERs), combining the power of AI and IoT, and enabling the generation of electricity or heat at the place of its consumption, is also becoming more common today. This implies that the presence of many consumers who produce energy for their own needs can now direct their surplus to the common network, thus, reducing energy production costs and making optimum use of existing energy generation capacity.

These developments are further being welcomed by advancements in the energy storage systems, to enable stable pricing by proactively managing demand from consumers. By having the opportunity to purchase energy for future use, consumers can potentially stock it up during ideal conditions. This accumulated energy, as a result, can later help in reducing the grid loads during peak times, while prosumers earn more as buying energy becomes expensive.

Amid such trends, there are a variety of renewable energy solution providers available in the market that cater to the different needs of enterprises and organisations. To help them choose the company that best fits their requirement, Energy Tech Review has compiled a list of the top 10 renewable energy solution providers in Europe. The enlisted companies are the frontrunners in the market that provide a wide span of features. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs and CXOs.

We present to you Energy Tech Review Europe’s “Top 10 Renewable Energy Solution Providers in Europe – 2021”.

If one closely looks at the energy sector today, they can notice various signs that suggest rapid transformation in the industry. For starters, governments around the world are increasing cautious and passing legislation to incorporate sustainable energy sources and technologies to enable the efficient use of energy systems. In fact, Energy 4.0, as it is known, is becoming a more than a buzzword in the industry to implement intelligent energy and power management solutions based on machine-to-machine and machine-human interactions.

Alongside, distributed energy resources (DERs), combining the power of AI and IoT, and enabling the generation of electricity or heat at the place of its consumption, is also becoming more common today. This implies that the presence of many consumers who produce energy for their own needs can now direct their surplus to the common network, thus, reducing energy production costs and making optimum use of existing energy generation capacity.

These developments are further being welcomed by advancements in the energy storage systems, to enable stable pricing by proactively managing demand from consumers. By having the opportunity to purchase energy for future use, consumers can potentially stock it up during ideal conditions. This accumulated energy, as a result, can later help in reducing the grid loads during peak times, while prosumers earn more as buying energy becomes expensive.

Amid such trends, there are a variety of renewable energy solution providers available in the market that cater to the different needs of enterprises and organisations. To help them choose the company that best fits their requirement, Energy Tech Review has compiled a list of the top 10 renewable energy solution providers in Europe. The enlisted companies are the frontrunners in the market that provide a wide span of features. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for aspiring CIOs and CXOs.

We present to you Energy Tech Review Europe’s “Top 10 Renewable Energy Solution Providers in Europe – 2021”.

    Top Renewable Energy Solution Companies in Europe

  • AE Solar is one of the leading TIER1brands in the renewable energy industry, providing high-quality energy products and services. Its innovative smart shading resistant hot-spot-free module decreases the impact of partial shading on PV modules and increases their output energy and service life without requiring any changes to building layouts. To solve solar industry-related piracy, AE Solar has developed and launched a unique mobile application to prevent piracy and ensure the authenticity of PV modules by incorporating near-field communication chip (NFC)-chips into all of its panels. The copmapny’s distinguishing factor that gives it a competitive edge is its balance between price and quality in tune with the product offering, which reduces the levelized cost of electricity (LCOE), and maximizes the return on investment (ROI).

    ae-solar.com

  • Genius simplifies the generation of electricity by renewable sources of energy and enables clients to achieve their sustainable business goals. The company develops and operates solar, biogas, wind, and hydrogen energy projects across Europe.The Green Genius team understands that not every business has the required financial resources to set up a renewable energy power plant and wish to pay what they consume. To this end, Green Genius works with clients to understand their requirements and provides solar-as-a-service by simply installing a solar power plant without any expense to generate electricity from the sun

    greengenius.eu

  • KEW Technology is a UK-based sustainable energy solutions company that has developed a low carbon ACT in the form of modular advanced gasification plants, which enables the efficient conversion of feedstocks at distributed and disruptive scale. KEW tackles climate change by efficiently converting all types of non-recyclable resources and low-grade biomass into sustainable energy vectors, such as hydrogen, power, heat and advanced fuels. Through KEW’s proprietary process, waste or biomass feedstocks are converted into a sustainable, clean, and consistent gas, which can be used to provide heat, electricity or can act as the building block for advanced sustainable fuels

    kew-tech.com

  • PowerUP Energy Technologies is offering an exceptional line of silent, odorless, and lightweight hydrogen fuel cell smart electric generators that are far more efficient and sustainable than their traditional counterparts. These smart generators allow a user to connect the fuel cell unit in combination with an external battery with solar panels and wind turbines to produce and store excess energy for future usage. The fuel cells act as the main power source during operation. To fuel the generator, hydrogen is provided by external cylinders. Due to the usage of hydrogen fuel, they only emit water vapour, and hence, are favourable for the environment as well

    www.powerup-tech.com

  • 3E

    3E

    The company improves the efficiency and performance of clients renewable energy assets using 3E's data intelligence, digital solutions and expert services. Their experience team leaders delivers bankable expert services for engineering, technical and strategic decision support and is ready to fast-track clients renewable energy project. 3E aims to set new standards in the Digitalisation of Renewable Energy Assets. They strive to provide, industry-leading expert advisory services, and are moving full steam ahead with their digitalised offerings.At 3E, they are accelerating the global energy transition by bringing new technology, innovation and services to the market

  • Axpo

    Axpo

    Axpo operates over 100 power plants. Their climate-friendly Swiss electricity mix consists of hydropower, biomass and nuclear energy and features very low CO2 emissions. As the largest producer of hydropower, and their investments in biomass and fermentation plants as well as small hydropower plants, they are the largest producer of renewable energies in Switzerland. Axpo focuses on solar and wind energy and invests in technically and economically suitable locations. Axpo also contributes its expertise to the planning, project planning and construction of wind farms. Through its subsidiary Urbasolar, Axpo is active in the entire solar energy value chain

  • FUSION-FUEL

    FUSION-FUEL

    FUSION-FUEL has developed a revolutionary new electrolyzer design the HEVO – that will allow it to produce hydrogen using renewable energy at highly competitive costs without any associated carbon emissions. It sells its HEVO-SOLAR technology to customers interested in producing their own green hydrogen. It also develops company-owned green hydrogen farms, selling the through pre-determined, long-term purchase agreements. FUSION-FUEL has secured the production capacity required for its projects for 2021 and will develop its own fully automated production facility to deliver the volumes required for 2022 and thereafter

  • gridX

    gridX

    They work on the most pressing challenge in today's time - climate change. They build the digital infrastructure for the next era of energy. Decarbonized. Decentralized. Digitalized and also build the infrastructure to enable the energy transition. They connect distributed energy resources on a single platform and optimize energy flows to make the most efficient use of energy. Through this they make renewable energies more accessible and affordable. GridX platform provides a standardized interface to distributed energy resources and connects to devices from more than 35 OEMs – either via an IoT gateway or through the cloud

  • Ventus Group

    Ventus Group

    The Ventus Group’s principle is to work with its clients maximising the production and revenue from existing assets to future wind energy investments by reducing risk, maintenance costs and cost of energy. Wind turbine rotor efficiency is its primary focus, delivering aerodynamic efficient and balanced rotor blades which are the common cause for damaging increased loads and underperforming wind turbines. The Ventus Group offers end to end optimising solutions for wind turbine performance, deploying a multitude of leading edge innovative patented technologies. With its extensive industry experience, products and services the company capture measurements, analyse data and compile comprehensive reports

  • VSB Group

    VSB Group

    VSB Group, having their headquarters in Dresden, is among the leading turnkey suppliers in the field of the renewable energy. The core business is the international project development of wind and photovoltaic parks with a comprehensive service portfolio. Since 1996 VSB has erected more than 700 wind energy and photovoltaic plants with approx. 1,100 megawatt of installed capacity and an investment volume of about 1.4 billion Euros. The group and its affiliated companies employ 300 members of staff in 22 locations

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