Brinc launches new program for climate tech startups
- “This is why we plan to have several different climate tech programs over time, with this new program focused on carbon removal, utilization and storage.” She added that Brinc has seen underinvestment in carbon removal relative to its climate impact.The inaugural cohort includes four startups.
- They will receive fundraising support, guidance on how to scale up and introductions to Brinc’s network of follow-on investors, mentors and corporates.Janina Motter, Brinc’s Climate Tech Program manager, told TechCrunch that the accelerator has focused on climate tech for several years through its food tech vertical.
- and are willing to develop a robust framework which will help them scale responsibly.”From the United Kingdom, Airhive is creating geochemical direct air capture (DAC) to scale carbon removal.
- Brinc, the Hong Kong–based accelerator backed by investors like Animoca Brands, is launching a new program for fledgling climate tech startups.
- Its DAC system is modular and based on a fluidized nano-structured sorbent.Based in the United States, CarbonBridge captures fermentation CO2 — CO2 generated by fermenting plant matter — to make beer, wine and other products, before it enters the atmosphere, and produces eco-friendly methanol through a microbial conversion process.
- The three-month program is tailored for founders who are focused on carbon dioxide removal (CDR).
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