It is estimated that to reach net-zero by 2050, “capital spending on physical assets for energy and land-use would amount to about $9.2 trillion per year on average, an annual increase of as much as $3.5 trillion from today.”
Although VC and private equity investments in climate tech have grown, with H1 2021 alone delivering investments of more than $60bn, this investment is not enough to shift to low-emission, climate-resilient development pathways.
One alternative avenue for fundraising climate tech capital is soft-funding, a form of non-dilutive funding with no direct requirement for return of investment for the investor.
In order to ensure founders have access to a wide range of funding opportunities, we’ve created a map and database of non-dilutive funding options for climate tech. 👇
Non-dilutive funding database
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To ensure this list is as comprehensive and as useful as possible, we need your help.
If you have any soft funding opportunities to add to the list, please fill them out in the form below so that we can expand our map.
Is non-dilutive funding right for you? Here's a guide:
SBC and contributor Oli Yorke have put together a guide with everything you need to know about soft funding/non-dilutive funding, including its perks, limitations, examples, and tips on how to do it successfully.