Clean technology venture capital investment strategies for the next decade will look much different than those of the past two decades.
Major pensions and other institutional investors making highly public commitments to investing into green technologies. The tail end of a long bull market on Wall Street.
Startups and investors alike who consider themselves part of the Silicon Valley innovation ecosystem, it's beginning to notice that "climate tech" is gaining some real traction.
The fresh funds will be utilised by Log 9 Materials for product advancement of aluminum fuel cells. : Bengaluru-based cleantech startup Log 9 Materials--an IIT Roorkee spin-off working in the nanotechnology domain--is on a mission to provide 100% clean and circular energy economy solutions for making India energy independent and an exporter of fuel in a new world order it calls the 'Aluminum economy', with graphene nanotech-based products and solutions. Recently, Log 9 raised Series A funding from Sequoia India's scale-up programme Surge and Exfinity Venture Partners.
With few other paths for innovation, this has led to a near-complete lack of meaningful progress towards any of our global climate goals.
The round also saw participation from Building Ventures, Revolution's Rise of the Rest Seed Fund, and Clean Energy Trust. The post Cleantech startup 75F raises $18m led by Bill Gates-led Breakthrough Energy, others appeared first on DealStreetAsia.
Delhi-based cleantech startup Chakr Innovation has raised $2.7 Mn (INR 19 Cr) in a fresh funding round led by Indian... The post IAN Leads $2.7 Mn Funding In Cleantech Startup Chakr Innovation appeared first on Inc42 Media.
Singapore-based Cleantech Start-up Sensorflow Raises Us$2.7m In Funding Round, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times
February 20, 2019 3:32 PMSINGAPORE - Singapore-based cleantech firm SensorFlow has raised US$2.7 million in series A funding led by private investor Pierre Lorinet, taking its total funds raised to date to US$3.5 million.