Stepping Up to the Challenge: Managing the Business Impacts of Advancements In Renewable Technologies

Top 10 CleanTech Companie in APAC - 2020

As the rising levels of climate change and global warming indicate severe threats to our planet, demands for clean energy alternatives are increasing daily worldwide, even in the APAC region. An effective grand coalition encompassing numerous governments, climate agencies, investors, companies, and several others who are determined to tackle this pressing environmental need, have found their answers in renewable energy sources. For instance, wind and solar installations are witnessing robust growth across the globe as a replacement to traditional fossil fuel-based energy production. Not only do these eco-friendly options generate clean outputs and residues, but they also result in a cost-effective generation of power and electricity. Besides, in the wake of sustainable solutions, demands for technologies that reduce carbon emissions are increasing. Organizations are currently seen shifting their “take-make-dispose” plan into a “reduce-reuse-recycle” model. This transition from a linear economy to a circular one helps companies retain the value of used materials and even control value loss. To that end, distributed energy resources or DERs, connected devices like smart thermostats, and energy storage are getting incentivized to bring down grid and energy costs. Not to forget, hydrogen, the zero-emission fuel, is also being incessantly used in electric vehicles, food processing, etc. To add, electric buildings and water technology adoption is witnessing a dramatic increase in adoption rates.

In order to boost up technologies and methodologies that promote clean environment, we have compiled this issue of StartupCity. In this edition, we have listed top 10 CleanTech companies in APAC - 2020 to highlight the firms that can help you escalate your chances of success. Equipped with innovative technological capabilities, these enlisted companies are transforming the clean tech landscape at the cloverleaf of various disruptive technologies. Besides, the magazine comprises insights from subject-matter experts, CIOs, and CXOs in the sustainable environment sector on the latest industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and highlights their expertise. We hope this issue of StartupCity helps you build the partnership you and your organization need to foster an environment driven by robust and efficient technology.

We present to you StartupCity’s “Top 10 CleanTech Companies in APAC - 2020.”

Top CleanTech Companies in APAC

AirQuality, a Shanghai-based company, is on a mission to provide clean and safe air for everyone to breathe. Through its wide range of air purification and air sterilization solutions built on micro-electrostatic (MESP) technology, AirQuality turns air conditioners into air purifiers, cost-efficiently. The company’s intelligent purifiers and air detectors are built on an advanced filtering technology that takes air purification to a new level. AirQuality focuses on ground-breaking developments to provide communities with superior air quality. Such a devoted business strategy has won the company several accolades

airquality.com.cn

Anaergia is the global technology leader in recovering value from waste for the municipal, industrial, and agriculture sectors. Through its proven portfolio of proprietary technologies, Anaergia’s integrated solutions create value for its customers in the forms of renewable energy, and quality fertilizers while reducing the cost of waste management. Anaergia’s global headquarters are located in Burlington, Ontario, Canada. It operates out of fourteen regional offices as well as three manufacturing plants

www.anaergia.com

Alliance17

Alliance17

Alliance 17 is a company that brings together like minded highly skilled and experienced experts who are all passionate about saving the planet. The company works together to do this by helping companies with real solutions to implement. With deep global expertise in Finance, Construction, Agriculture, Banking, Risk, Governance, Manufacturing, Property, Engineering, IT, Climate Change and Sustainability together with a strong capability in innovation and an extensive global network across all industries, ngo's and government, they work as strategic partners and advisors to help customers get the job done

BioGill

BioGill

BioGill is a clean tech company established to commercialize advanced water treatment technology developed in the laboratories of the Australian Federal Government Agency, ANSTO. Worldwide patents are now in place with units operating in more than 25 countries, across three continents. The company's goal is to deliver wastewater treatment solutions that are good for the environment and good for the bottom line

Carnegie Clean Energy

Carnegie Clean Energy

Carnegie Clean Energy Limited is an ASX-listed (ASX: CCE) wave energy technology developer and solar/battery microgrid project developer. Carnegie is the 100% owner and developer of the CETO Wave Energy Technology intellectual property and is also 100% owner of leading Australian battery/solar microgrid Engineering Procurement and Construction (EPC) company Energy Made Clean (EMC)

Clipsal Solar

Clipsal Solar

Clipsal Solar is a technology company that takes confusion out of electricity. It aims to transition the world’s homes to sustainable energy by giving affordable solar power systems and cutting edge data analytics technology that empowers users to make more efficient and cost-effective solar energy choices for their homes. The firm has experts who analyse clients’ requirements to install a system to match their home, budget and lifestyle, so that they only pay for what’s needed. Through its Pulse App, Clipsal Solar helps clients to identify the best energy provider for their needs and calculate return on investment so clients know exactly when the system will be paid off

DC Power Co

DC Power Co

DC Power Co is a Melbourne-based startup driven to bring about a renewable energy transition for Australian households. Partnering with Powershop an energy retailer households in Australia can get 100% Carbon offset. From panels to batteries to energy DC Power Co provides a range of solar products and services that enable reduction in bills by tracking energy usage and efficiently changing energy usage habits. Backed up by 12500 Australians and established with the world's largest crowdfunding campaign DC Power Co provides transparent pricing and Australian designed battery package. With DC Power and Co safe and reliable renewable energy is easily available to every user

Green Distillation Technologies

Green Distillation Technologies

Green Distillation Technologies is commercialising an innovative process to resolve the long standing, global environmental problem of tyre disposal. GDT owns and operates a pilot plant using its own technology to remanufacture carbon, oil and steel from waste tyres completely emission free

Green Rubber Global

Green Rubber Global

Green Rubber Global is in the business of recycling used rubber tyres. Using proprietary technology that recycles rubber tyres into a reusable rubber compound, the company is addressing a global environmental threat while providing solutions to multiple industries that have a need for rubber. Green Rubber Global is developing its new 25,000 tonne per annum factory facilities in the outskirts of Kuala Lumpur, Putra Industrial Park

Oyika

Oyika

Oyika offers riders a power subscription plan on their electric two-wheelers in Southeast Asia. The company works with existing electric motorbike/scooter manufacturers, transform their two-wheelers into smart bikes by bundling their bikes with its portable swap batteries, network of swap stations and mobile app as part of a power subscription plan