myenergi named in Startups 100

myenergi, pioneer of the world’s first eco-smart electric vehicle charging device, has been named in this year’s Startups 100 – the UK’s longest running index of disruptive new businesses.

Run by, the programme showcases up-and-coming companies that demonstrate industry-defining innovation, solid financials, economic impact and the ability to scale. Brands previously identified include Revolut, Deliveroo, HelloFresh and Bulb.

An inspirational British success story, myenergi has continued to experience huge global demand since the businesses was founded in 2016. Renowned for its unique range of renewable energy products for eco-smart home management, the company has opened subsidiaries all over the world and recently shipped its 100,000th unit.

Jordan Brompton, co-founder and CMO of myenergi, comments: “Our inspiration has always been to create a positive impact, push the boundaries of possibility and change the world through pioneering green technologies. We started with nothing, except for a few good ideas and a serious passion for change – today, we’re widely considered a global market leader.

“Being named in the Startups 100 index is a real honour. Considering the challenges of the past 18 months, it’s a privilege to be recognised for our innovation, scalability and the success story that we’ve created.”

Richard Parris, managing editor of, adds: “After a particularly difficult year for businesses, we are happier than ever to celebrate UK success stories. Every year the Startups 100 shows how companies are positively responding to the issues, concerns and trends of the time.”

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