Member - Clean Energy Global GmbH

Clean Energy Global enables B2B customers to use or offer Battery-as-a-Service (BaaS) by licensing

Type Startup or self-employed
Founded 2016
Company Size 6
Member Type
Founders Philipp Rosengarten, Christoph Stürmer, Peter Marchl
Headquarters 10625 Berlin, Germany
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Clean Energy Global GmbH


Clean Energy Global GmbH from Berlin is developing a global, licensable standard for smart swappable battery packs to enable its B2B clients to offer Battery-as-a-Service (BaaS) to make the energy transition a success. Clean Energy Pack (CEP) is the only modular scalable, swappable and smart battery system with open IoT gateway Clean Energy Link (CEL) for stationary and e-mobility use. Controlling, steering and invoicing is done via energy cloud Clean Energy Net (CEN), available as a white-label solution, mainly for licensing as an ecosystem. All three are decisive building blocks for the energy transition.
Headquarters 10625 Berlin, Germany

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