Most Promising Startups in the EV World – Part 2

Yesterday we talked about some new startups that are arriving in the EV world, here are some more! Check it out.

Moixa

Driven by the demand and production of batteries for electric cars, stationary batteries are managing to gain a niche thanks to the drop in technology prices and its technological evolution. Moixa is a company that manufactures stationary batteries, with between 4.8 and 9.6 kWh of capacity and LiFeOPO4 chemistry, which allows saving between 50 and 90% of the electricity bill for homes with a photovoltaic installation.

But it also has the Gridshare system. It is a customizable cloud-based software that connects storage devices to the network to enable intelligent power management. It applies artificial intelligence and machine learning to optimize power distribution across the grid and help customers maximize the value of energy. Undoubtedly, aspects that will be key in the future.

Movelco

This Galician company has been one of the pioneers in betting on electric mobility in all its facets. From electric mobility solutions and consulting to engineering specialized in projects applied to electric mobility, analysis of the implementation of electric vehicles in self-employed workers, companies, public and private organizations with vehicle fleets and individuals, as well as the launch of infrastructure projects for charging points for any electric vehicle.

Plug Power

The North American Plug Power is a developer of hydrogen fuel cells. A technology that gains strength mainly from the heat of public funds is spreading billions to new projects. In this case, Plug Power’s primary sector is transporting. It has recently closed an agreement with Renault to design and manufacture hydrogen vehicles intended for the professional industry, both in the transportation of goods and people.

A Plug Power that has positioned itself as one of the world leaders in solutions at the service of the hydrogen ecosystem and has implemented more than 40,000 fuel cell systems, designed and built 110 recharging stations with the capacity to distribute more than 40 tons of hydrogen up to date, and is developing one of the most promising technologies in the sector, such as the production of green hydrogen through electrolysis.

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