Limejump is an energy company developing a virtual power plant. It connects customers with National Grid’s demand response programs where generators are paid to ramp up or ramp down their energy export and businesses are compensated to shift or reduce their energy usage to help restore grid balance.

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Parent CompanyShell
HQLondon, GB
Cybersecurity ratingAMore
Limejump was founded in 2013 and is headquartered in London, GB
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Key People/Management at Limejump

Catherine Newman

Catherine Newman

Fred Drewitt

Fred Drewitt

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Limejump Office Locations

Limejump has an office in London
London, GB (HQ)
1-3 Brixton Rd
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Limejump Financials and Metrics

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Founding Date


Total Funding

$10.4 m


In total, Limejump had raised $10.4 m. Limejump is a subsidiary of Shell

Limejump Revenue

Limejump's revenue was reported to be £40.93 m in FY, 2018
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Financial Leverage

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Limejump Operating Metrics

Sep, 2019

Battery Storage and Distributed Solar Generation Capacity, MW




Data Points Collected Yearly

800 b

Purchase Capacity, MW

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Limejump Cybersecurity Score

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Limejump Online and Social Media Presence

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Limejump News and Updates

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Limejump Blogs

A change in weather disrupts the market and new North Sea interconnector nears optimisation

A shift in the pressure system disrupts the markets Following a long spell of sunny weather and high temperatures as a result of a high pressure system, a new low pressure system has moved over the UK bringing with it […] The post A change in weather disrupts the market and new North Sea interconnec…

CCGT activity driving market volatility

The continued warm weather has created consistent market environments for the past week. High temperatures and high levels of solar have resulted in low demand, meaning, a healthy supply of volume has remained available in the generation stack. On the […] The post CCGT activity driving market volati…

This week: High solar generation and the second UKA auction clears at £44.75/mt

Here comes the sun Solar generation has been the leading story in the energy mix this week. We didn’t quite see a new record for overall solar generation, which stands at 9.68GW, however, for the first three days of this […] The post This week: High solar generation and the second UKA auction clears…

Record-breaking wind generation and forward market volatility

New wind generation record On Friday 21st of May, we saw two wind generation records broken. There was a new record set for overall wind generation, which peaked at 17.7GW between 3.30-4:30 pm. Wind also recorded its largest share of […] The post Record-breaking wind generation and forward market vo…

Gain an insight on the UK ETS launch and why strong Day Ahead prices continued this week

The first UK ETS auction sees volatility from the off   The first ever UK Emissions Trading Scheme (UK ETS) has now replaced the UK’s participation in the European Allowance (EUA). This differs from the EUA in two significant ways. […] The post Gain an insight on the UK ETS launch and why strong Day…

Low wind creates volatility within the market yet again

On Sunday evening, wind generation was at a very healthy level, just over 11GW and even resulted in negative system prices. Winds stayed above monthly expectations up until Tuesday night where we witnessed a rapid ramp down of generation, dropping […] The post Low wind creates volatility within the …
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Limejump Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was Limejump founded?

    Limejump was founded in 2013.

  • Who are Limejump key executives?

    Limejump's key executives are Catherine Newman and Fred Drewitt.

  • How many employees does Limejump have?

    Limejump has 92 employees.

  • What is Limejump revenue?

    Latest Limejump annual revenue is £40.9 m.

  • What is Limejump revenue per employee?

    Latest Limejump revenue per employee is £444.9 k.

  • Who are Limejump competitors?

    Competitors of Limejump include Flexitricity, ENGIE Italia and Algonquin Power & Utilities.

  • Where is Limejump headquarters?

    Limejump headquarters is located at 1-3 Brixton Rd, London.

  • Where are Limejump offices?

    Limejump has an office in London.

  • How many offices does Limejump have?

    Limejump has 1 office.