Energy Innovation Pioneers

The IHS Markit CERAWeek Energy Innovation Pioneers

This program highlights the companies and entrepreneurs involved in developing technologies and business plans that are transforming the energy future. IHS Markit selects companies based on their creativity, feasibility of plan, scalability of technology and leadership team.

From a field of over 500 startups, IHS Markit is pleased to announce the 2018 class of Energy Innovation Pioneers

  • 1366 Technologies
  • Claroty
  • Clean Energy Collective
  • ES Xplore
  • FogHorn Systems
  • Water Lens

During CERAWeek 2018 the Energy Innovation Pioneers will participate in a plenary session in which each entrepreneur may share their experience and insights on commercializing new technology.

In addition, CERAWeek delegates are invited to hear from each chief executive in greater detail during our Pioneer Showcase held in the Innovation Agora.

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—Past delegate
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—Bloomberg Television
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—The Financial Times
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—CNBC
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—Past delegate
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