Raptor Maps deploys computer vision and machine learning-enabled solutions for utility-scale solar assets. The company’s technology has helped accelerate development and improve performance for over 5GW of solar projects on six continents. Raptor Maps is based in Boston, Massachusetts.
Shoreline delivers industrial analytics and simulation software tailored for the wind and hydro power industries. Shoreline’s technology lets operators, field services companies, and financing partners review complex asset development and operations scenarios at unprecedented speed, enabling better capital allocation and supply chain decisions. Shoreline is based in Stavanger, Norway with offices in Germany and Denmark.
Omnidian provides remote monitoring and diagnostics software for large portfolios of distributed solar power assets. The company’s focus on operations and maintenance technology allows superior uptime and end-to-end performance assurance for developers, investors, and owners across the distributed solar industry. Omnidian is based in Seattle, Washington, and San Francisco, California.
FreeWire Technologies provides mobile energy storage solutions, enabling “electrification beyond the electric grid”. The company combines unique supply chain and distribution channel partnerships with innovative software engineering to deliver battery-powered electricity into large commercial and industrial markets, which have traditionally been dominated by diesel generators. FreeWire also serves the growing electric vehicle charging market with on-demand and modular charging solutions. FreeWire is based in San Leandro, California.
Everactive designs and delivers battery-free industrial IoT sensor and analytics solutions. The company’s technology allows for low cost, long-lived, and intelligent instrumentation of industrial operations, such as steam trap and motor monitoring, that have previously been too expensive or dangerous to connect into the industrial internet. Everactive is based in Santa Clara, California and Charlottesville, Virginia.
Copper Labs builds internet-of-things solutions that help utilities and supply chain partners leverage real-time energy data. Copper technology enables data access and analytics from existing electric, gas and water meters so utilities and network operators can address demand variability, perform outage management, and accelerate energy efficiency. Copper Labs is based in Boulder, Colorado.