02 Mar 2020 / PressemitteilungenLumenaza, the software company powering the green distributed energy world, has been recognized as one of the fastest-growing European companies in the Financial Times' FT 1000 list.
Now in its fourth year, the FT 1000, published by the Financial Times in partnership with Statista, ranks the European companies that have achieved the strongest revenue growth between 2015 and 2018.
Lumenaza ranked number 78 in the 2020 report, positioning it as one of the top fastest-growing energy companies on the list, accomplishing a revenue growth of 157 % per year on average.
Lumenaza's comprehensive software platform plays a central role in the growth and development of green energies and their integration into the grid across Europe. The company's software connects producers and consumers of green distributed energy, proving the clear origin of the electricity while removing entry barriers to the energy market. Lumenaza's collaborative approach to the energy market has already attracted major utilities around Europe such as E.ON and EnBW as well as new players such as a leading HEMS supplier.
Dr Christian Chudoba, founder and CEO of Lumenaza, commented: "We are deeply proud to be featured in the Top 100 fastest-growing energy companies in Europe by the Financial Times. To be ranked so high and feature alongside such highly respected companies is a testament to the positive impact our technology is having on the energy industry."