The Mobility House climbs the FT 1000 list of the fastest growing companies

March 01, 2024|Munich, Zurich

  • The Financial Times' FT 1000 lists The Mobility House among the European companies with the highest percentage of revenue growth.
  • This recognition underlines the successful strategy and development of the technology company in recent years.
  • Building upon its comprehensive technology portfolio, the vision of zero zero – zero emissions at zero cost – will continue to be advanced.

The Mobility House, a leading provider of intelligent charging and energy solutions and pioneer in the field of Vehicle-to-Grid (V2G), has been included in the prestigious FT 1000 list by the Financial Times. The list, established in 2017, recognizes the 1000 fastest-growing companies in Europe. This inclusion marks a significant milestone for the company and acknowledges its dynamic growth strategy and commitment to innovative areas such as charging and energy management, as well as the commercialization of flexibilities from stationary or mobile storage on the European power and energy markets.

Successful growth strategy towards zero zero vision

The placement in this list highlights The Mobility House's leading role in the intelligent integration of electric vehicles into the power grid, confirming the successful execution of its business strategy. The company has already sold/installed over 214,000 charging solutions for various customer segments, ranging from individual consumers to well-known corporate clients such as Bechtle and Infineon, as well as bus companies like Connexxion/Transdev. Through its proprietary Charging and Energy Management system ChargePilot the company intelligently manages over 1,700 charging locations. Leveraging its own technology, the company trades over 4,500 stationary 1st- and 2nd-life car batteries on European power and energy markets with a capacity exceeding 100 megawatts. The technology portfolio also serves as the foundation for the electric vehicle charging tariff eyond launched last year. Thanks to eyond, electric vehicle owners can reduce their charging costs by up to €400 by flexibly providing their electric vehicle battery. The company's comprehensive technology and expertise are also made available to partners in the automotive and mobility industries, as well as the energy sector, through products and services such as eyond Partner or the commercialization of large-scale industrial battery storage for third parties.

"We are extremely proud to be included in the FT 1000 list. This recognition validates the tireless dedication of our team and our ongoing innovation in driving the electrification industry. As a company, we are committed to shaping the future of sustainable mobility and providing our customers with top-notch solutions. zero, zero – charging electric cars at zero cost with zero emissions – that is the vision we continue to pursue. Being included in the FT1000 is proof that we are on the right path."

Robert Hienz,

CEO at The Mobility House

The FT 1000 list is published annually by the Financial Times, compiled with German research company Statista, and is based on a rigorous selection process that analyzes the growth and success of European companies. Companies making it to this list have achieved the highest percentage revenue growth between 2019 and 2022 and are recognized for their outstanding performance and contribution to the European economy.

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