Efficient energy storage solution is key to reduce costs for the commercial sector, while simplifying the green transition. We work systmatically with ESG to ensure our business is sustainable and responsible.

We contribute to push the transition to a climate neutral economy through:

Our business – by delivering energy storage solutions

Our business practice – by conducting our work in a responsible and sustainable manner

Double materiality analysis

Through a double materiality analysis we have identified five material areas that will guide our ESG work moving forward.

Reliable and resilient energy

Circularity and lifecycle management

Materials sourcing and supply chains

Attractive employer

Business ethics

UN Sustainable Development Goals

Ampwell supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. Based on the materiality analysis we have choosen 4 goals where we belive we can make the most impact.

Affordable and clean energy – Ensure access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy for all
Decent work and economic growth – Promote sustained, inclusive and sustainable economic growth, full and productive employment and decent work
Industry, innovation and infrastructure – Build resilient infrastructure, promote inclusive and sustainable industrialization and foster innovation
Ensure sustainable consumption and production patterns


Batteries are a key enabling technology in the transition to climate neutrality, and to a more circular economy, and concidered as an eligible activity in the EU taxonomy.

In 2022 Ampwell did our first assessment of activities against the EU Taxonomy, where Commeo’s activities were assessed. 100% of Commeo’s revenue was found to be aligned with the activity ‘storage of electricity’.


In 2022 Ampwell started to report on our Scope 1, Scope 2 and Scope 3 emissions. Emissions stem almost entirely from the Commeo production facility. Scope 1 emissions in 2022 were 26 tCO2 e, mainly from transportation. Scope 2 emissions are related to consumption of electricity at the production facility in Germany and was 15 tCO2 e in 2022, where most of the energy is bought with guarantees of origin. Scope 3 emissions in 2022 were 36 tCO2 e and related to waste and business travel.