Company Name: Skoon Energy
Location: Rotterdam, the Netherlands
Sector: AI-Powered Software for Clean Mobile Energy
Funding Details: $5.6M in Series A funding
Investors: Blue Bear Capital, Graduate Entrepreneur Fund, Kees Koolen (early investor and CEO of Booking.com and former COO of Uber), Damen Shipyards, Rabobank
Purpose of Investment: Expand the team, enhance the software platform, and break into new global markets.
Leadership: Peter Paul van Voorst tot Voorst, Founder and CEO
About Company: Skoon Energy offers an innovative AI-driven software platform that acts as a marketplace connecting users of conventional fossil-fueled generators with suppliers of zero-emission energy systems intended for temporary applications. These applications range from construction sites and events to film sets. The platform’s capabilities not only assist clients in selecting the most appropriate energy system for their unique requirements but also facilitate active monitoring of energy consumption and reporting of carbon savings.
Clients: Skoon's clientele includes rental enterprises across Europe such as Atlas Copco, Volta Energy, and Morillo Energy. Other significant energy consumers are Vattenfall, the Dutch Ministry of Defence, and the Port of Amsterdam.
Its online marketplace boasts over 150 authenticated suppliers, forming the largest global network catering to temporary power necessities across varied markets and consumers.
Skoon Energy's approach to integrating AI into the clean mobile energy sector is a testament to the vast potential of sustainable solutions in today's energy landscape. By creating a marketplace that addresses temporary energy needs while prioritizing zero emissions, Skoon is positioned at the forefront of green energy innovation. The diverse array of investors, from tech entrepreneurs to established maritime and banking institutions, underscores the platform's versatility and appeal. With a proven track record in Europe and the intent to expand globally, Skoon is likely to see increasing demand as businesses and governments continue to prioritize sustainability.