Our 200+ startups never fail to impress us with their hard work and commitment to scaling their climatetech solutions! Check out their latest accomplishments below.
- Peak Power secured $200M to deploy and finance energy storage projects using its energy optimization software for commercial and industrial facilities.
- Carbon Upcycling Technologies, a Carbon to Value Initiative Year 2 participant, received $4.4M in funding from Emissions Reduction Alberta to support the first commercial-scale deployment of two carbon capture and cementitious material production facilities in Alberta.
- Teal Bio, a developer of reusable PPE for healthcare workers, has added $500K of capital to a now $3M Series A round led by Caligan Partners in late 2021.
- rStream received a $275k Phase I SBIR grant from the National Science Foundation to develop prototypes that will demonstrate the capabilities of its intelligent waste-sorting system.
- florrent, a startup developing next-generation, high-energy-density ultracapacitors, received a Diversity in Cleantech Early-Stage (DICES) grant from the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center and MassVentures.
Partnerships + Deployments
- Fervo Energy announced its plans to design and engineer a fully integrated geothermal and direct air capture facility, supported by the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative.
- SWTCH Energy partnered with AutoGrid to integrate 250 EV chargers in multi-tenant properties into an active-demand-response program with a Canadian utility.
- CeraPhi Energy entered a partnership with Ignis and GEOLOG to support the commercialization of its geothermal technology.
- Terrapin Geothermics is working with Gonezu Energy in the Northwest Territories, Canada to provide local Indigenous governments with insight into potential geothermal resources.
- Future launched a new feature: when customers reduce their emissions by buying an EV, switching to an induction stove, installing solar, and more, they will receive FutureCoins, which let them track each metric ton of carbon they save and either sell it or retire it.
- Nth Cycle announced that it would offer a premium mixed hydroxide precipitate nickel intermediary product for nickel sulfate producers, shoring up a risk in the EV battery supply chain.
- Greentown alum Advent Technologies and a globally renowned energy technology company are working together to develop a 50kW–500kW marine fuel cell solution for a range of superyachts.
- Raise Green, a marketplace for impact investing in climate solutions, opened a community funding round.
- Black Girls Do Engineer’s CEO Kara Branch released her first book, “What is S.T.E.M.?”
- Greentown alum InfiSense, developer of an IoT platform intended to allow businesses to integrate data from any long-range sensors, was acquired by Sealed.
Awards + Recognition
- LineVision received an award from NYSERDA’s Future Grid Challenge Program to deploy its dynamic-line-ratings technology in Hornell, NY.
- florrent and frakktal, both current Greentown members, were selected for the inaugural cohort of the Advancing Climatetech & Clean Energy Leaders (ACCEL) Program—an accelerator from Greentown and Browning the Green Space designed to support BIPOC-led startups.
- CeraPhi Energy was recognized as a Startup of the Year at Barclays Entrepreneur Awards.
- Greentown members and alums Bodhi, Cleartrace, ElectricFish, and Eugenie AI were chosen for the Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change program.
- IncentiFind was announced as a participant in Moderne Ventures’ Moderne Passport accelerator.
- Greentown member Applied Bioplastics and Greentown Go alum INOVUES were selected for the Future Climate Venture Studio accelerator—run by UConn, R/GA Ventures, and CTNext.
- GenH was selected for TiE Boston’s ScaleUp Cohort 9.
- Revterra’s CEO Ben Jawdat was featured by InnovationMap as an Innovator to Know.