Here Are The Top Startups Joining Free Electrons Bootcamp

Free Electrons, the first energy global accelerator is ready to kick off its Bootcamp phase. In total, the program received 481 applications, from 62 different countries, a ‘spread’ that talks volumes about the international reach of the program.

The program only had a 10% repeat rate, and that means 90% of the startups we attracted are new entries, and that talks to the global visibility of the program, and its growing appeal.

The bootcamp

The bootcamp, held in Dublin (Ireland) from 2nd to 4th, will be critical for the success of the program, since this is when utilities and startups meet for the first time, to discuss the challenges and what the solutions to meet those challenges will look like.

This is also when the terms for the pilots are first set, and this will pretty much define the final quality of the pilots and the program as a whole.

The selected startups

These are the innovators that will be flying to Dublin to meet the 10 Free Electrons’ partners and join the Bootcamp activities:

Akselos SA

Akselos, armed with the most advanced engineering simulation technology developed at MIT, has brought forward a means to use data to protect the world’s critical infrastructure by bringing top predictive power to digital twins.

Country: Switzerland



AmbiClimate is the world’s first AI powered accessory for air conditioners. The proprietary artificial intelligence engines control the air conditioner/heat pump based on not just temperature alone, but also other key factors such as humidity and changing weather.

Country: Hong Kong


Anyware Solutions

Anyware Solutions helps Energy Utilities, Insurance companies and Telcos to create effective Customer Engagement and new revenue streams, through targeted and personalized customer interaction and cross-selling of Smart Living Services.

Country: Denmark



Breezi is a new kind of home security company. They build connected devices and software that work like fitness trackers for some of the most expensive equipment in the modern home.

Country: United States

Website: www.breezi.comm


CARTO leads the world of Location Intelligence, empowering any organization and individual to discover and predict key insights through location data.

Country: United States



Chargetrip’s routing algorithms and intuitive trip planner make it easy to take any electric car beyond the range of the battery or use EV’s commercially with high intensity.

Country: Netherlands


DEXMA sensors SL

DEXMA is a top energy management solution provider in Europe, with several years of demonstrated capacity to innovate in a highly competitive global market.

Country: Spain



Energyworx offers an Intelligent Meter Data Management SaaS solution. It’s the only cloud native MDM. Energyworx helps Energy and Utility companies monetize their rapidly growing volumes of diverse data.

Country: Netherlands


Enging – Make Solutions

Enging allows to monitor electrical motors and power transformers, even the ones that do not allow easy access, through an intelligent asset condition monitoring platform – ePreditMntc -, based on the latest IoT technologies related to Industry 4.0.

Country: Portugal



envelio provides the Intelligent Grid Platform (IGP) which uses an Energy AI to efficiently manage renewable energy grids.

Country: Germany

Website: is an electric vehicle (EV) charging software platform that allows driving with the cheapest and greenest energy available while controlling the time at which EVs charge when at home, to smooth out the peaks in electricity demand.

Country: United Kingdom



GridBeyond simplifies the complex energy landscape with a single, unified platform. By connecting energy intensive equipment, embedded generation and storage to GridBeyond’s intelligent energy platform.

Country: Ireland


Heila Technologies

Heila has developed a decentralized hardware and software solution to coordinate a collection of distributed energy resources (DERs), in which the bulk of the DERs’ control and optimization is performed at the asset level.

Country: United States


Hygge Power

Hygge Power is building energy storage devices allowing consumers and businesses to keep critical services running during power outages.

Country: United States



HypeLabs developed the Hype SDK, an interoperable mesh networking software that improves connectivity on all kinds of devices, from mobile to desktop to IoT.

Country: Portugal


Innovus Power

The Innovus breakthrough is the use of its proprietary software and power converters to control power quality; frequency, voltage and waveform instead of Synchronous Generation which was invented in 1890.

Country: United States



Keewi solves the problem of energy inefficiency in commercial buildings due to plug loads, through hardware, software, and behavioral gamification components.

Country: United States



MClimate, formerly “Melissa Climate“, is an IoT company which makes any home smart.

Country: Bulgaria


MicroSec SG

A machine learning based non-invasive load monitoring (NILM) system to inspire households for positive behavioral change and engage households towards sustainable energy consumption.

Country: Singapore



Keeping industrial facilities such as manufacturing factories, power plants and other utilities running smoothly, efficiently and reliably.

Country: Netherlands



Powerpeers aims to accelerate the energy transition bottom-up. Powerpeers digitizes every kWh, creating an energy marketplace and community offering unrivaled transparency of provenance.

Country: Netherlands



A digital platform that drastically reduces transactions’ costs for energy services, enabling customers to achieve a ~1000x reduction in proposal time, unlocking the potential of the SME market.

Country: Portugal


Security Platform Inc

Security Platform, Inc provides the embedded security software solution for IoT devices including Smart meter modem (AMI), Payment, CCTV, etc.

Country: South Korea



Sensewaves makes connected assets smarter by transforming raw sensor data into meaningful information via their analytics platform, Adaptix.

Country: France



Solandeo provides AI as a digital service (SaaS) for energy traders and grid operators, supporting better decision making by human experts – and, eventually, fully automated trading and grid management under AI supervision.

Country: Germany



Synvertec helps facilitate high levels of Renewable Energy Sources (RES) and Distributed Energy Resources (DER) within diverse electricity grids, while also significantly enhancing grid stability.

Country: Israel


Treverity, Inc.

Treverity integrates the data from core enterprise systems (CIS, OMS, ERP, GIS, DMS, etc.), providing a unified view for all employees, along with purpose-built applications to enhance productivity and communications.

Country: United States


VorTech Water Solutions

A novel, low-power approach to wastewater aeration which halves the energy demand compared to traditional technologies.

Country: Ireland


WePower Network

WePower is a green energy marketplace connecting corporate energy buyers directly with green energy producers.

Country: Estonia



Xenotta provides data hosting solutions for the co-location, edge computing, private cloud and disaster recovery markets located on strategic sites with a planned global roll-out.

Country: Ireland


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