Dresden / San Francisco, 15.12.2020. For the twelfth time, the Cleantech Group from San Francisco has
published its "Global Cleantech 100" list. For the first time, the Dresden-based company founded in 2011 is also on the list.
Green IT company Cloud&Heat Technologies on this list, it was announced on Tuesday.
According to a 91-member international panel of experts, this makes it one of the most important
pioneers in the field of sustainable innovation. Several thousand companies were examined and evaluated
The "Global Cleantech 100" companies represent not only the most promising sustainable
ideas and technologies. Furthermore, they are considered to have very good market opportunities
and thus also the potential to transform industry and the economy in the next five to ten years.
more sustainable. Since its founding in 2002, the Cleantech Group has supported the development
and marketability of "Cleantech", a trademark registered by it.
"Cleantech" encompasses novel products, processes or technologies that improve efficiency and
natural resources, or ensure both at the same time. Besides
Cloud&Heat, eight more German companies will be added to the list in 2021. For the first time
Enapter from Heidelberg and Twaice from Munich. Infarm, Envelio, Hydrogenious, Next
Power Plants, Skeleton Technologies and Tado were already among the world's most
most innovative cleantech companies.
"We are very pleased to be part of the Global Cleantech 100 from 2021," said Nicolas Röhrs,
Managing Director of Cloud&Heat. "From the very beginning, we have made it our goal to make data centres
or digital infrastructures and sustainability. The fact that our work now also focuses on these
The fact that our work is appreciated in such a renowned way makes us proud and strengthens our conviction,
that digitality and resource conservation must go hand in hand. In the long term, there is no
Alternative to that."
About Cloud&Heat Technologies GmbH
Since its founding in 2011, Cloud&Heat Technologies' vision has been to make sustainability and security the
driver of digital innovation. The Dresden-based company develops, builds and operates
secure and energy-efficient digital infrastructures. On the one hand, these are used as virtual resources
for processing large amounts of data, e.g. in the context of machine learning applications, for
start-ups and SMEs are provided. On the other hand, Cloud&Heat provides large, customised IT
infrastructures with a fully comprehensive combination of cloud and heat solutions. Cloud&Heat
employs over 100 people and operates data centres at over 24 locations worldwide.
Further information at www.cloudandheat.com.