These Are The Top Ten Green Energy Companies In America

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These Are The Top Ten Green Energy Companies In America
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Green companies are those that help to minimize damage to the environment. They not only make environmentally friendly products, but also encourage others to do so. The U.S. is seen as a hub for green companies. America has more green companies than any other country. Moreover, these companies, rather than just offering environmentally friendly products, the products are useful and affordable as well. Detailed below are the top ten green energy companies in America.

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Top ten green energy companies in America

We have used several parameters to come up with the list of the top ten green energy companies in America. These parameters are valuation, parameters, popularity, revenue and more. Following are the top ten green energy companies in America:

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  1. Swell Energy

Founded in 2014, it is a home energy management and smart grid solutions provider. The company also provides users with financing and educational resources. Additionally, it partners with local solar and storage companies to provide users with “seamless, high-quality product installations.” Swell is also planning to develop its VPP network. The company aims to develop more than 3,000 gigawatt hours of clean solar energy over the next 20 years.

  1. SoloPower

Founded in 2013, this company produces thin-film photovoltaic cells and modules that help in the generation of solar electricity. It uses a special electroplating technology to utilize about 100% of its materials.  As per the company, its technology “enables the cost-effective fabrication of devices that yield high voltage, good carrier collection and high conversion efficiency.” SoloPower is headquartered in San Jose, California.

  1. ChargePoint Holdings Inc

Founded in 2007, this company specializes in an open electric vehicle charging network. As per the company, it focuses on developing the “best electric vehicle (EV) charging experience for everyone involved in the shift to electric.” ChargePoint claims that a user plugs into its network every two seconds. In September 2019, the company reached 100,000 chargers. ChargePoint used the reverse merger technique to go public last month.

  1. AES Solar

Founded in 1999, this company makes solar and storage facilities that feature a system to hold and release solar energy at demand. As per the company, it specializes “in unusual power production (Like bicycle power), energy educational systems, and off grid systems.” AES Solar is headquartered in Carterville, Illinois.

  1. Lime

Founded in 2017, the company helps people travel in cities in an easy and convenient manner. It partners with cities to deploy electric bikes and scooters that are equipped with GPS and self-activating locks. Users can unlock these vehicles using a mobile app. So far, Lime has powered more than 200 million rides in over 120 cities. The company is headquartered in San Francisco.

  1. Bloom Energy Corp

Founded in 2001, this company produces solid oxide fuel cells that produce electricity on-site. Bloom Energy is headquartered in San Jose, California, and raised over $1 billion before going public in 2018. The fuel cells from the company are subsidized by government incentive programs. It sells the power from the units for about 5% to 15% less than purchasing the power from the grid. It has installed about 600 megawatts worth of fuel cells as of 2020.

  1. Sila Nanotechnologies

Founded in 2011, it is a battery materials company. The company helps to develop lighter, safer, higher energy density lithium-ion batteries for electric vehicles, portable electronics, as well as renewable power sources. Sila’s client list includes names like BMW, Daimler and ATL. In January, the company raised $590 million, giving it a valuation of $3.3 billion. Sila plans to develop a factory in North America to produce 100 gigawatt-hours of silicon-based anode material.

  1. Nikola Corporation

Founded in 2014, this company is working to develop innovative energy and transportation solutions. The company has come up with many zero-emission vehicle concepts since 2016. Nikola intends to work on some of its concept vehicles in the future. The company is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona.

  1. Sunnova Energy International

Founded in 2012, it is a leader in residential solar, battery storage and system protection services. Also, the company offers maintenance, monitoring, repairs and replacements of battery storage systems. The company is headquartered in Houston, Texas.  Last month, the company announced that it would start offering its services to the District of Columbia.

  1. Tesla Motors

Almost everyone will be familiar with this company and its CEO, Elon Musk. This electric vehicle maker, with its affordable electric cars, is helping to accelerate the transition to electric mobility. Tesla’s Model 3 is the all-time best-selling plug-in electric car. It also offers battery energy storage, solar panels, solar roof tiles and other similar products. Founded in 2003, Tesla’s name is a tribute to inventor and electrical engineer Nikola Tesla.

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