Every week, we feature 5 incredible climate tech startups, companies, or projects that are leading the fight against the climate crisis. Now at the end of this month of April 2023, we provide a recap of the startups to watch in climate tech.
These startups have covered a range of fast-growing industries such as AI, GHG Capture and monitoring, Energy production and storage, Fintech, Foodtech, Agtech, and much, much more.
The list below is a recap of all the startups we have featured over April with some insight into the innovative work they and their teams are doing.
We hope you find this resource useful and that you can refer back to it anytime you are looking for companies to support, invest in, work for, or collaborate with.
These startups are all added to our running list, which we have categorized based off of fuel emission sector from the most detailed, recent data SBC could identify from the World Resource Institute in 2016.
These sectors are as follows:
Energy use in Industry and Buildings
Quino Energy – Week 2
We create water-based flow batteries that store electrical energy in organic quinone molecules for commercial and grid applications.
Energy use in Transport
Sicona Battery – Week 2
Sicona has pioneered a simple & robust production process for high-performance silicon-graphite composite anode and polymer binder materials.
LISUS Energy – Week 1
LISUS is developing the new cutting-edge technology to unlock the essential materials needed for a net zero world
Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use
Pivotal Earth – Week 1
We’re building an economy that puts nature and business in balance. An economy for our future – where there’s always a positive exchange
Alga Biosciences – Week 3
We are decreasing agricultural methane emissions using one of the most scalable resources on our planet: algae.
Vibrant Planet – Week 3
Vibrant Planet has created a cloud-based planning and monitoring tool for agile, adaptive land management at any scale
Waste (water & landfills)
Atacama Biomaterials – Week 2
We are an AI-Robotics platform company developing renewable materials to accelerate the deployment of circular economy products around the globe.
GHG Capture, Use and Storage
Blue Skies Minerals – Week 3
Blue Skies Minerals Inc captures and stores atmospheric carbon dioxide in mining waste and sells the resulting carbon credits.
Find out more about each of these startups by reading the full articles below:
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