REstore Recognized as a Global Cleantech 100 Leader
San Francisco, 22 January 2018: REstore, an energy technology leader in demand side management, announced today that it was selected by the Cleantech Group (CTG) to be part of its Global Cleantech 100 list as one of the most innovative and promising cleantech companies in the world.
This year’s final 2018 Global Cleantech 100 list has been officially unveiled on the opening evening of the Cleantech Forum San Francisco (January 22) during an Awards Dinner. The companies included in the Global Cleantech 100 are selected by an 86 member panel from multi-national corporations active in technology and innovation scouting across North America, Europe and Asia.
In 2010 REstore developed its big-data software solution platform called FlexPond™ to pool, manage, aggregate and steer flexible Decentralized Energy Resources such as industrial flexible loads, micro-production units and battery storage systems. At the end of 2017, more than 150 C&I consumers are using FlexPond™.
“Our mission is to lower carbon footprint of the global energy market and therefore we continue to develop cutting-edge energy technology solutions for power consumers and utilities, enabling them to benefit from strategic opportunities in the new energy world in a disruptive way”, says Jan-Willem Rombouts, co-CEO of REstore.
REstore’s FlexPond™ platform was also recognized in 2017 by Frost & Sullivan with the North America Demand Response Product Leadership Award and the U.S. Energy Manager Today Top Product of the Year Award. REstore has offices in Antwerp, London, Düsseldorf, Paris and San Francisco.
About Global Cleantech 100:
For the ninth year running, Cleantech Group (CTG) is proud to present the annually-refreshed Global Cleantech 100 list, our barometer reading of the global innovation community's shifting views on which companies, and which types of companies, are most likely to have big commercial impact in a 5-10 year timeframe. The companies represent the most innovative and promising ideas in cleantech and that are best positioned to solve tomorrow’s clean technology challenges.
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REstore is leading the new, distributed energy world forward. Since 2010 our patented algorithms and real-time solution platform is used by more than 150 large factories and a growing number of households, generating new revenue streams for customers while lowering carbon footprint. FlexPond™ pools residential and industrial devices, batteries, CHPs and other resources into virtual power plants which maintain balance on the power grid. Since November 2017 REstore became part of the Centrica's Distributed Energy & Power division. REstore has offices in Antwerp, Düsseldorf, London, Paris and San Francisco.