Since the founding of meteoblue in 2006, we have had the opportunity and privilege to do business with some of the
world’s innovation leaders in their respective niche markets. Over time, we have provided
business solutions to customers from more than 50 countries. Invariably, this
experience has always led meteoblue to uncharted territories and enabled us to acquire new know-how.
meteoblue is serving clients from different sectors like
energy and farm management to media companies and many other industries to public stakeholders like cities,
universities, or national weather services.
These institutional clients range from small specialists to Fortune 500 companies.
Below you will find a selection of our clients from various countries and backgrounds, more can be found on our
RTL Netherlands is a Dutch media network, a subsidiary of the RTL Group. In order to deliver their viewers
top-accuracy weather data, RTL Netherlands obtains multiple weather forecast packages from meteoblue, as
well as a climate data package, and other datasets to display forecasting on Buienradar, which is the
biggest weather website in the Netherlands.
Loxone is an Austrian company serving residential, commercial and industrial customers in the field of
intelligent building management. Since its founding in 2007, it has expanded into more than 10 countries.
We supply datasets such as weather forecast and real-time data to optimise the building automation and
smart home management of Loxone customers.
Sencrop is a French company producing both meteorological hardware and software. They operate the widest
network of weather stations in Europe, as well as an intuitive and user-friendly mobile application which
enables their clients to access the data instantly. meteoblue supplies historical, forecast and real-time
weather data directly to the owners of Sencrop weather stations.
Pexapark is a software firm based in Schlieren, Switzerland. The company provides software and advisory
services for post-subsidy renewable energy sales and risk management. Pexapark uses meteoblue forecast
weather data for site assessment and for optimising the wind and solar plant operations.
PerPetum is a Belgium-based green energy company. Their vision is to enable their business partners to
access 100% green energy and achieve this at a lower cost. PerPetum has offices in Europe, the Middle East,
and Africa, and has participated in over 300 ecology-oriented projects. meteoblue supplies PerPetum with
highest precision wind and solar data for renewable energy management.
The TechnoFarm agricultural software was developed by a software team of specialists to support the
activities of farmers with the help of technologies for precision and digital agriculture. The team is
constantly updating the portfolio of software products and services to keep abreast of the latest trends
and needs of Bulgarian farmers. meteoblue is proud to support this tech start-up with reliable weather data
for state-of-the-art farm management.
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