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2019 Global Cleantech 100 – Opus One and Terramera

Jan 31, 2019

Opus One Solutions (Renewal4) and Terramera (Renewal3) have been named to the Global Cleantech Top 100 list for 2019! 

The 2019 Global Cleantech 100 list identifies companies that are most likely to have a big commercial impact in a 5-10 year timeframe. Nominations come from a combination of expert analysis, over 250 third-party awards, and an expert panel of 87 investor and multi-national corporation representatives. The panel votes based on their knowledge of the company’s innovation, market and ability to execute.

“We are honoured to be on the Global Cleantech roster of the world’s 100 most promising clean technology firms for a second consecutive year, recognizing that our company is taking a lead role in addressing our most important energy challenges and creating a significant market impact,” said Joshua Wong, CEO, Opus One Solutions. “At Opus One, we’re building world-class energy solutions to meet the evolving needs and modernisation demands of the electricity grid and the economy around it.”

Opus One provides a suite of solutions via its GridOS® platform that enable electric utility partners across North America and Europe to use integrated planning, real-time data and model-based planning tools to analyse energy supply and demand. This capability is becoming increasingly important as utilities plan and manage an increasing number of distributed energy resources (DERs), such as solar energy, energy storage, demand response, and electric vehicles.

“Terramera is honoured to be included in the 2019 Global Cleantech 100 list, which is a credit to our incredible, talented team and their efforts to develop and commercialize technology solutions to create a world with affordable, clean food for everyone,” said Terramera Founder and CEO, Karn Manhas. “Feeding the world’s growing population is one of the great social, economic and sustainability challenges of our time, and Terramera is dedicated to commercializing regenerative solutions that scale locally and globally. We’re proving we can increase the quantity and quality of agriculture and food yields while also reducing the inputs and synthetic chemicals used, which will revolutionize agriculture as we know it today.”

Opus One and Terramera are among 12 Canadian companies named to this year’s global list, reflecting the growth and strength of Canada’s position in fostering globally-impactful companies developing technology solutions for clean agriculture, clean soil, clean water, clean air and clean energy.


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