The ESG space continues to be on every companies lips for 2023 and as a result a whole ecosystem continues you to grow in order to support companies goals. We have seen a continuous increase in funding being injected into Sustainable tech vendors, which also increases the demand for hiring and expanding current teams.
Climate tech investment as a proportion of total investment has increased from just over 3% in 2017 up to 16.88% in 2022.
At Osmii, we support not only the consultancies building ESG capability, but also climate/green tech businesses to grow across EMEA. Helping the Tech for good effort has gained huge momentum in our business and 2023 we are investing further.
On our travels, we found some really interesting start-ups that have been making an impact and without a crystal ball to hand we believe they will thrive in 2023!
Here is a list of some of our favourites.
CarbonCure Technologies: This startup develops carbon dioxide utilization technology that can be used in the concrete industry to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Enbala Power Networks: This startup provides a software platform that allows utilities and grid operators to optimize the integration of distributed energy resources, such as renewable energy and energy storage.
Echogen Power Systems: This startup develops waste heat-to-power technology that can be used to generate electricity in industrial and commercial settings.
Pivot Bio: This startup develops microbe-based fertilizers that can be used to improve crop yields and reduce the need for chemical fertilizers.
Heliogen: This startup develops technology that uses concentrated solar power to generate high temperatures for industrial processes, such as cement and steel production.
LanzaTech: This startup develops technology that captures and repurposes carbon emissions from industrial processes, such as steelmaking, into sustainable chemicals and fuels.
Zeroavia: From 20 seat regional trips to over 100 seat long-distance flights, ZeroAvia enables scalable, sustainable aviation by replacing conventional engines with hydrogen-electric powertrains.
Freewire: Fully-integrated ultrafast electric vehicle charging solutions that free customers from the limitations of the electric grid.
This is my list - what is yours? I would be keen to hear from businesses with all things sustainable, all things green and all things ESG at the heart of what they do.
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