With a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 68.1 percent between 2018 and 2021, Polarium has – for the third year in a row – been recognised as one of the fastest-growing companies in Europe by the Financial Times’ annual FT1000 ranking.
Since its founding in 2015, Polarium has been on a mission to unlock endless energy by developing safe, smart and sustainable energy storage solutions built on lithium-ion battery technology. Owing to a strong customer focus and best-in-class products, Polarium has delivered exceptional sales growth since the beginning – with installations on more than 75 markets across all continents.
Leveraging a market-leading position within reserve power, Polarium has become a leading energy storage developer for businesses within telecom, commercial and industrial facilities across the world. By combining cutting-edge and easily adaptable modular batteries with intelligent software and smart services, Polarium’s energy storage solutions maximise the potential of solar and wind installations by making renewable energy a dispatchable asset, ultimately increasing its customers’ energy efficiency.
On our path to become the leading sustainable, fully integrated energy solutions provider
“We’re honored to be recognised by the Financial Times for a third year in a row. We’re on an incredible journey together with our employees, partners and customers, but we’re just getting started. I look forward to continued expansion and international growth on our path to become the leading sustainable, fully integrated energy solutions provider,” says Carl-Erik Lagercrantz, chairman of Polarium.