Startups to watch december recap

Startups to Watch This Month: December Series Recap

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 December 2022, 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 December 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. 

Energy use in Industry and Buildings

Genomines – Week 1

We are GenoMines. We genetically enhance metal hyperaccumulator plants to produce bio-sourced metals and limit the environmental impact of mining groups.

Energy use in Transport

BunkerTraceWeek 2

BunkerTrace tracks and traces bunker fuel to bring total clarity to the origin, sustainability and verification of maritime fuels.


AirthiumWeek 2

We build heat engines that allow the industry and the electrical grid to stop polluting at scale in a cost-effective way to decarbonize the planet.

Agriculture, Forestry and Land Use

Intropic MaterialsWeek 1

Intropic Materials builds materials that let us work with nature, not against it.

NeoplantsWeek 1

We have created the first generation of bioengineered plants to fight air pollution.

HortiyaWeek 2

Hortiya’s mission is to revolutionize indoor farming by leveraging innovative sensor technology combined with our unique GreenHouse AI.

GentianWeek 2

We have a unique way of monitoring biodiversity using remote sensing to help businesses and governments understand nature quickly.

Cross-cutting enablers

Airly – Week 1

Airly provides hyperlocal, real-time air quality data for governments and businesses to monitor air pollution and reduce emissions.

Briink – Week 2

We help private equity firms and companies automate EU Taxonomy and SFDR assessments with ease.

GHG Capture, Use and Storage

Dioxycle – Week 1

Building CO2 electrolysers that turn industrial emissions into valuable commodities

Find out more about each of these startups by reading the full articles below:

This initiative from Startup Basecamp aims to support founders by giving them access to networking and exposure opportunities that help them to scale and finance their climate tech solutions together with you.

How do these startups fit in with all the others we have looked at?

Check out our running list of the 400+ climate tech startups we have featured. 


The database is accessible to the members of our community as part of other exclusive content we provide to them. Learn more about the membership options here. 

Do not hesitate to join our collective movement by requesting your membership. 

With care,

The Startup Basecamp Team

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