Open Utility

Open Utility develops renewable generator tools for selling electricity and energy. Read more

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Open Utility

Open Utility develops renewable generator tools for selling electricity and energy. Read more

James Johnston's photo - Co-Founder & CEO of Open Utility

Co-Founder & CEO

James Johnston

CEO Approval Rating

74/100

Founded:

2013

Status:

PrivateIndependent Company

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Moixa is seen as one of Open Utility's biggest rivals. Moixa was founded in 2002 in London, England. Moixa operates in the Renewable Energy industry. Moixa generates $8M more revenue than Open Utility.

Pika Energy is one of Open Utility's top competitors. Pika Energy was founded in 2010, and its headquarters is in Westbrook, Maine. Like Open Utility, Pika Energy also competes in the Multi-Utilities space. Pika Energy has 46 fewer employees than Open Utility.

Electriq Power is one of Open Utility's top rivals. Electriq Power was founded in 2014, and is headquartered in San Leandro, California. Electriq Power operates in the Renewable Energy industry.

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Open Utility Acquisitions

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Open Utility Funding History

Since Open Utility was founded in 2013, it has participated in 2 rounds of funding. In total Open Utility has raised $1.3M. Open Utility's last funding round was on Oct 2017 for a total of $543.2K

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Oct 2017
$543.2K
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Nov 2014
$799.6K

Since Open Utility was founded in 2013, it has participated in 2 rounds of funding. In total Open Utility has raised $1.3M. Open Utility's last funding round was on Oct 2017 for a total of $543.2K

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Open Utility News

August 27, 2017Scottish Energy News

Scots founder of peer-to-peer energy provider Piclo moves into overseas markets

Piclo® - the peer-to-peer energy marketplace for UK business customers set up in London by expat Scot... See more »
May 4, 2016Scottish Energy News

Open Utility unveils Britain's first online peer-to-peer marketplace for renewable energy

Tech company Open Utility has released the findings of its six‐month trial of Piclo - Britain's first... See more »
October 30, 2015GEEK TIME

Could a renewable energy sharing platform take off?

UK-based startup Open Utility has partnered with Good Energy to launch Piclo, an online peer-to-peer ... See more »
October 1, 2015SCOTTISH ENERGY NEWS

Scots wind farms join launch of UK's first online peer-to-peer renewable energy market

Piclo - the collaboration between energy startup Open Utility and green energy provider Good Energy -... See more »
March 10, 2015ENERGY BUSINESS REVIEW

Good Energy and Open Utility to trial online marketplace for renewable energy

Good Energy and Open Utility have partnered to create an online marketplace for renewable energy, whi... See more »

Open Utility Blogs

November 20, 2020Open Utility Blog

FleX Exchange - new advisory panel

Photo by Matthew Henry on UnsplashAs announced earlier this year, Piclo secured funding from the Depa... See more »
October 16, 2020Open Utility Blog

Part 2: Answering the unanswered from Piclo's e-conference

On 7th October 2020, Piclo held our second e-conference "DSO flexibility markets - the development ac... See more »
October 16, 2020Open Utility Blog

Part 1: DSO-What? Poll insights from Piclo's e-conference

On 7th October 2020, Piclo held our second e-conference "DSO flexibility markets - the development ac... See more »
October 2, 2020Open Utility Blog

Driving forward DSO flexibility markets with SP Energy Networks

In this blog, we outline the exciting developments and opportunities in SP Energy Networks new flexib... See more »
August 19, 2020Open Utility Blog

RIIO-ED2 and the future of flexibility markets

Photo by Lachlan Gowen on UnsplashThe start of RIIO-ED2 in 2023 will see a new era of incentives, exp... See more »
July 3, 2020Open Utility Blog

Piclo lands first international collaboration for DSO Flex

Photo by Francisco Ghisletti on UnsplashPiclo has secured its first international collaboration with ... See more »
June 29, 2020Open Utility Blog

Piclo hosted its first E-conference "Getting started with DSO flexibility markets"

Piclo was pleased to bring together a group of flexibility industry experts to discuss the DSO flexib... See more »

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Open Utility Headquarters

56 - 64 Leonard Street Development House

London, EnglandEC2A 4LT

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Open Utility Summary

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Overview

Open Utility develops renewable generator tools for selling electricity and energy. Open Utility was founded in 2013. Open Utility's headquarters is located in London, England, GB EC2A 4LT. It has raised 1.3M in 2 rounds. The latest round was in Oct 2...

CEO

Open Utility's Co-Founder & CEO, James Johnston, currently has an approval rating of 74%. Open Utility's primary competitors are Moixa, Pika Energy & Electriq Power.

Website

openutility.com

Frequently Asked Questions about Open Utility

  1. When was Open Utility founded?

    Open Utility was founded in 2013
  2. Who is Open Utility's CEO?

    Open Utility's CEO is James Johnston
  3. How much revenue does Open Utility generate?

    Open Utility generates $2M in revenue
  4. How much funding does Open Utility have?

    Open Utility has historically raised $1.3M in funding
  1. Where is Open Utility's headquarters?

    Open Utility's headquarters is in London England, GB
  2. How many employees does Open Utility have?

    Open Utility has 71 employees
  3. What sector does Open Utility operate in?

    Open Utility is in Multi-Utilities
  4. Who are Open Utility's competitors?

    Open Utility's top competitors are Moixa, Pika Energy, Electriq Power