eMobility platform Spirii has been named “Best GreenTech Startup” at the Global Startup Awards. Spirii now joins the ranks of the past Startup of the Year winners like Pleo and Turbine.

A jury of seven industry experts crowned the company winner thanks to its efforts of facilitating a global network of charging stations, contributing to future-proof infrastructure and sustainable mobility across industries and 14 countries.

“Spirii was given the highest score because they have accelerated the transition towards electric vehicles, which is an inevitable and global market trend. They have developed a solution that simplifies EV charging and enables an intelligent transition towards sustainable transportation for everyone, everywhere.”

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Spirii was founded in 2019 by Tore Harritshøj and Torben Fog, former regional CEO and Head of eMobility at E.ON – one of Europe’s largest private energy groups.

“We’re incredibly proud that Spirii, in only a few short years, has earned the title of the world’s best green tech start-up,”

says Tore

“Our vision with Spirii is to liberate and accelerate the EV charging market, and to do so across industries and markets by enabling multiple players to take part in the transition towards sustainable transportation. And that, in turn, means mitigating some of the biggest challenges of our time: air pollution and climate change. So this award is a substantial milestone on our continued quest.”

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Spirii was awarded the prize at the finals of the ninth Global Startup Awards, held in Copenhagen, bringing together the world’s most forward-thinking entrepreneurs, sustainability experts, and industry leaders. The Danish Minister for Enterprise, Morten Bødskov (S), also participated and presenting the award to Spirii.