Sunfire thus is one of the companies with the most promising business models in the fight against climate change.

Sunfire becomes a Global Cleantech 100 Hall of Fame member

Dresden, January 26, 2022

The German electrolysis company has been added to Cleantech’s list of companies committed to acting against climate change – for the seventh time. Sunfire is now one out of only 14 companies in the Global Cleantech 100 Hall of Fame.

The 100 companies on the list offer solutions that will take the planet towards net zero. In 2022, the sectors covered include Enabling Technologies, Energy & Power and Transportation & Logistics.

Sunfire was named a 2022 Global Cleantech 100 Company by Cleantech Group. “This is our seventh entry on the list," explained Nils Aldag, CEO of the electrolysis supplier. "That makes us incredibly proud."

The Cleantech Group pays special tribute to companies like Sunfire, which are regulars on its list. Those that make it into the Top 100 for seven times will not be re-evaluated in future editions but are inducted directly into the Global Cleantech 100 Hall of Fame.

"This is a great recognition for everything we have achieved so far," said Nils Aldag. "At the same time, being inducted into the Hall of Fame is a call to shape the future path just as consistently as the previous one. And that's exactly what we intend to do. We aim for replacing fossil fuels with renewables in all areas of life – creating a sustainable future for generations to come."

About Cleantech Group
Cleantech Group was established in 2002 and is headquartered in San Francisco with people based in London, Paris and Boston. The company provides research, consulting and events to catalyze opportunities for sustainable growth powered by innovation. Cleantech Group brings clients access to the trends, companies and people shaping the future and the customized advice and supports businesses need to engage external innovation.

About Sunfire
Sunfire is a global leader in the production of industrial electrolyzers based on alkaline and solid oxide (SOEC) technologies. With its electrolysis solutions, Sunfire is addressing a key challenge of today’s energy system: providing renewable hydrogen and syngas as climate-neutral substitutes for fossil resources. Sunfire’s innovative and proven electrolysis technologies enable the transformation of carbon-intensive industries that are currently dependent on fossil-based oil, gas, or coal. The company employs more than 350 people located in Germany and Switzerland.