Eco-smart home technology manufacturer myenergi has once again been listed in The Sunday Times 100.
Run in partnership with Barclays Private Bank and DHL Express, the initiative celebrates entrepreneurial achievement, commercial success and exponential growth. myenergi ranked #26 in the 2023 league table, reporting revenues of £67m in the year to May and average annual sales growth over three years of 125%.
Founded in 2016 by Lee Sutton and Jordan Brompton, myenergi is best known for pioneering the world’s first solar compatible electric vehicle charger – zappi. Headquartered in Stallingborough, Lincolnshire, but with subsidies in Germany, Australia, Ireland and the Netherlands, the company is widely regarded as one of the world’s fastest-growing eco-smart home tech firms.
Recently shipping its 500,000th unit, myenergi has invested heavily in state-of-the-art production facilities and an industry-defining product range. In 2022, the company launched its all-new smart home battery, libbi, reporting record pre-orders from all over the world.
Lee Sutton, co-founder and CEO of myenergi, commented: “When we founded myenergi, the purpose was simple – to remove the barriers to a greener future by pioneering a simple transition to renewable energy. We started with nothing, apart from a few good ideas and a serious passion for change – today, we’re widely considered one of the sector’s fastest-growing companies.
“Being named in The Sunday Times 100 for the second year in a row is a real honour. The accolade is testament to everyone who has supported our innovation, achievement and exponential growth.”
The Sunday Times 100 is a celebration of the UK’s entrepreneurial achievements. Entrants must be independent, privately-owed and UK-headquartered, with sales exceeding £5m in their last year of trading and a minimum of 5 staff. Rankings are calculated through the compound annual growth rate of the past three financial years.