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Ecoppia

Empowering the solar power revolution with robotic cleaning solutions.

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Eran Meller

Co-founder and Chairman at Ecoppia

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Employees 101–200
Headquarters Herzliya, Tel Aviv District, Israel
Ecoppia is driving the solar power revolution by enabling year-round peak panel performance and lowering LCOE (levelized cost of energy). A pioneer and world leader in automation and robotics for large-scale solar panel cleaning, Ecoppia offers a cloud-based, connected platform and a suite of robotic solutions for smart management of solar plants. The Ecoppia AI platform can independently initiate cleanings, using machine learning to optimize maintenance as well as harvest billions of data points for advanced analytics and operational insights for plants. With over nearly 3,200MW of deployments, 13 patents, and 1.56 billion solar panels cleaned worldwide, Ecoppia’s fully autonomous solutions are completely water-free, energy independent, and self-cleaning — making their technology both eco-friendly and cost effective. Ecoppia aims to make the green energy space greener by bringing high-quality technologies and innovations to the solar industry, and enabling solar expansion to remote areas suffering from electricity poverty. Ecoppia is one of the fastest growing companies in Israel, with a global portfolio and the goal of automating all Tier 1 energy companies in the next three years.

Notable Achievements

  • Cleaned over 2.43b solar panels, with 2.15 GW deployed and 16 GW awarded.
  • Of the Tier 1 energy companies in US, Europe and Scandinavia that decided to go with automation, 100% chose Ecoppia. These include, SunEdison, Engie, NTPC, and SoftBank among others.
  • In early 2020, were already working with 14 of the top 25 energy clients.

Currently Operating in Five Regions

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