After three and a half months of scouting, 27 events around the globe, and reviewing 1,007 applications, #SbcSelectionDays is officially here! We are excited to welcome 20 startups to Melbourne to present their businesses to our corporate partners, mentors, and guests.
Program Director, Abdur-Raheem Bulbuliya, said,
“We are pleased to welcome the most diverse group of startups to Selection Days thus far, with teams from 13 different countries and every continent being represented. I am excited to engage with the teams, corporate partners, and mentors throughout the two-day event and together help the startups further shape the future of smart energy.”
Meet the 20 Teams Presenting at Selection Days:
- 17TeraWatt (Austin, USA)
- 17TeraWatt’s Bodhi app helps solar companies engage homeowners and generate more referrals and follow-on sales.
- AG Energy (Sydney, Australia)
- AG Energy installs solar systems and provides customised PPAs for commercial customers in regional Australia.
- BEAD (Berlin, Germany)
- BEAD is an AI-based software and hardware system that measures buildings real-time occupancy data to optimise operations.
- Bia (Barcelona, Spain)
- Bia helps grids integrate renewable energy by virtually connecting their needs with the flexible capacity of electric vehicles.
- Diagsense (Netanya, Israel)
- DiagSense develops algorithms for predicting failures or abnormal behaviour in mechanical systems and pipelines.
- Drone Nation (Ahmedabad, India)
- Drone Nation provides aerial photogrammetry, survey, inspection and monitoring for Energy, Utilities and Infrastructure.
- ELDO MeterStack (Sandton, South Africa)
- ELDO MeterStack is creating an open-access marketplace for smart meter and utility device data.
- Energos (Mumbai, India & Palo Alto, USA)
- Energos use hardware, software, and behavioural science to manage distributed energy resources with minimal human interference.
- Energy Master (Medellin, Colombia)
- Energy Master’s business intelligence software empowers corporations to make the best decisions on utility consumption.
- EnergySequence (Malaga, Spain)
- Energy Sequence is an intelligent web platform that advises customers on energy saving and efficiency measures that are 80% cheaper and quicker than manual methods.
- Enerlytics (Ahmedabad, India)
- Enerlytics’ hardware and cloud-based platform helps solar asset owners optimise the performance of their assets.
- FuseBox (Tallinn, Estonia)
- FuseBox helps companies to significantly reduce energy costs and to earn income through participation in demand response.
- GenGame (Leicester, United Kingdom)
- GenGame uses design-led approaches to engage energy customers and provide a great user experience.
- Liquidstar (Hong Kong, Hong Kong)
- Liquidstar is replacing liquid fuel with battery-powered Mobile Virtual Grids for the 1.1 billion people who have little access to power.
- Machine Dreams (Melbourne, Australia)
- Machine Dreams generates super high-resolution photos of assets, automates labelling, and simulates defects at a fraction of the cost to conventional machine learning processes.
- Mycroft Mind (Brno, Czech Republic)
- Mycroft Mind’s machine learning-based analytics and software helps utilities extract value from their data.
- Piqify (Melbourne, Australia)
- Piqify have designed an elegant visual communication platform for brands to engage with Gen Z and Millennials.
- RenBloc (Stockholm, Sweden)
- RenBloc allows consumers to control what type of energy they consume by providing transparency from source to consumption.
- Rvolt (Berlin, Germany)
- rvolt is a mobile app empowering everyone to participate in the energy transition through their “Play, Save, Earn” gamification features.
- Starling Energy (Perth, Australia)
- Starling Energy combines virtual power plants with a community-owned Energy as a Service model.
On 5 December, we will be announcing the 10 startups that will enter our 2020 smart energy program. Watch the live stream of this exciting moment on our Facebook at 3:30 PM AEST, here.