GreenCom Networks is a software company, offering white-label solutions for energy retailers and energy device manufacturers for Distributed Energy Resources Management. Its platform enables the connection and monitoring of energy devices and optimisation of energy demand, energy supply and energy storage through data from distributed energy devices in (and around) homes. Energy devices that the GreenCom platform can handle include amongst others: batteries, heat pumps, electrically heated boilers, electrical vehicles and solar PV installations. GreenCom’s use cases include maximising autarky levels (self-consumption) for homes with solar PV, a battery (and heat pump), a standardized ‘community sharing of energy’ solution and enabling flat rates for energy retailers through the use of VPP’s.

Backed by Shell Ventures, Energy & Environment Investment, Centrica, Future Energy Ventures, Munich Venture Partners and SET Ventures, GreenCom is a privately held global company with offices in Munich, Germany and Sophia-Antipolis, France.


GreenCom News

Hardware Is Not Enough to Enable the Energy System Transition

Observations from a VC investor focused on the European energy sector By Julia Padberg, Principal, SET Ventures "The biggest challenge of the energy system transition lies in the orchestration, integration, and management of enormous volumes of decentralized and...

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GreenCom Networks captures place in 2020 Global Cleantech 100

GreenCom Networks of Munich, Germany, named a 2020 Global Cleantech 100 Company today.11th edition of list recognises 100 companies world-wide “poised to solve some of our biggest challenges over the next five to ten years.”Cleantech award follows Navigant...

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Innogy Innovation Hub invests in GreenCom Networks

GreenCom Networks, the Munich-based leader in home energy management solutions, has announced that innogy Innovation Hub, the Venture Capital Arm of innogy SE, a leading German energy company, has become an investor. innogy SE supplies energy to around 22 million customers across Europe. The investment follows a capital increase some month ago when GreenCom onboarded Centrica, the leading British utility as an investor. The investment from innogy Innovation Hub is for an undisclosed amount.

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GreenCom Networks: consumers in control

Dr. Christian Feisst is a visionary who thinks that to stop innovation to save money is like stopping the clock to save time. Some years ago, Feisst observed market trends and realised two things: Firstly, people want to be in control; second, digital media offers...

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