The Trending Energy Domains for Startups
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The Trending Energy Domains for Startups

By Energy CIO Insights | Wednesday, August 21, 2019

A large number of startups work on a wide variety of solutions and give actionable insights to people and as well as the companies.

FREMONT, CA: In the growing world of technology, several innovation renewable startup ideas have come to the surface of the energy industry. Startups in the energy sector have created insights with a comprehensive overview and provided actionable advanced intelligence.

There are more than 600 budding startups that are following the path of technology and building their company objectives solely on different renewable resources. Here are a few trending fields of the energy sector, that are witnessing significant growth in the present time:

3D Printing:

By given a vital reduction in the cost of production of wind turbines and solar panels, additive manufacturing allows the startups can make conscious renewable energy choices affordably. Some startups have invented and developed innovative 3D printing technology keeping in mind the high-volume production of solar cells with considerable price, material, and efficient, yet time-saving solar cells.

Solar Panels:

In recent years, numerous solar panels were developed having CO2 and perovskite, which help in accelerating the process of heat absorption and its efficiency. The startups not only developed the solar panel technology but also kept intact the idea of minimal electricity consumption and minor manufacturing investments. Energy startups introduced various low cost and high-efficiency perovskite solar cell films covering the commercial silicon solar cells. The new model has dramatically boosted the performance of conventional solar plates.

Geothermal Power:

Unlike other renewable resources, geothermal power is a constant source of power for which it is often referred to as the low-carbon energy substitute. The latest innovations have resulted in a broader adaption of the geothermal power as it helps the startups to make critical improvements in efficiency and reduction in expense. They can adapt the cost-effective technologies and attain the actual potential of geothermal energy.

Solar Software:

Solar developers make use of solar software to maintain the expenses, generate real-time control, and keep track of the solar farm functioning. Startups from the U.S. have built AI-driven software to construct utility-scale solar fields, as it can minimize 20 percent of the energy production cost when compared to solar farms made manually.

Wind Power:

With the increasing installations of wind systems, startups have also started coming up with innovative solutions to enhance efficiency and cut down the cost of generating wind power. They include biomimetic wind trees and well-designed wind turbines to reach higher winds.

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