Every week for the last year we have featured 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 June 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 June 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.
The startups included:
Source.ag is democratising access to fresh fruit and vegetables with A.I. powered greenhouses.
We utilize the power of waves to deliver desalinated water to shore where needed in a flexible, efficient way and without emissions, through putting Norway’s unique offshore competence to work.
FieldSense measures the weather at over 1700 locations with wireless and solar-powered weather stations and gives you the best weather data for daily decisions.
BioZeroc is a biomaterials science company using biotechnology to create carbon-negative construction materials.
Allegro Energy makes electrical energy storage safe, efficient, sustainable and affordable. Whether in electric mobility, medium to large-scale energy storage or uninterrupted power supply, Allegro’s proprietary technology brings us one step closer to a zero carbon economy.
CattleEye provides a complete solution to livestock farmers, allowing them to monitor the performance and welfare of their cows.
Materials Nexus is a ground-breaking AI-enabled Materials Discovery Platform born out of Cambridge University to transform the way that new materials are designed using a rapid automated process and advanced quantum calculations that give high accuracy to predict properties of materials at larger scales.
Rebase Energy empower energy innovators with data and tools to optimally dispatch distributed energy resources while maintaining the balance and robustness of the grid.
Naco provides a full spectrum from nano-coating solutions to the manufacturing of coated components for electrolyzers and fuel cells.
WNWN Food Labs
WNWN is a food tech company making the world’s favourite foods more sustainable and future proof. We’re starting with chocolate: we’re making chocolate without cacao.
Heartwood Sustainable Industries
Kathairos helps the energy industry eliminate greenhouse gas emissions and achieve ambitious net zero targets: simply, efficiently, and affordably.
Find out more about each of these startups by reading the full articles below:
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How do these climate tech startups fit in with all the others we have looked at?
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