Join us in New York City on Thursday, November 30 to celebrate the culmination of the third year of the Carbon to Value (C2V) Initiative! Hear from the 8 Year 3 Cohort startups shaping the future of the carbontech industry as they each present their unique solutions, the progress they've made throughout the past six months of the C2V program, & where they are headed next.
At this event, attendees will:
Hear presentations from the C2V Year 3 Cohort of carbontech startups developing technology & business innovations to capture, convert, and/or sequester carbon
Learn form carbontech experts
Have the opportunity to network with government, nonprofit, & corporate executives from the Carbontech Leadership Council
Meet with carbontech entrepreneurs, investors, & other climate champions
Agenda (6:00 - 8:00 pm ET)
5:30 - 6 :00 pm - Check-In & Networking
6:00 - 7:00 pm - Speaking Program
7:00 - 8:00 pm - Networking Reception (In-Person)
The C2V Initiative's Year 3 Cohort:
C-Quester (Los Angeles, California, U.S.) delivers a solution for carbon capture using dry granular metal carbonate (GMC) purification technology with integrated measurement, reporting, & verification.
Capro-X (Ithaca, New York, U.S.) deploys a biorefining platform that upcycles organic waste to fatty-acid biochemicals that can be used in a wide range of applications.
Capture6 (Oakland, California, U.S.) removes carbon from the atmosphere while producing clean water & other industrial products from seawater or other saltwater inputs.
Carbon To Stone (Ithaca, New York, U.S.) is developing a carbon mineralization technology coupled with high-value minerals & metals recovery.
Dioxycle (Paris, France / Menlo Park, U.S.) is building an electrolysis platform to convert carbon emissions into chemicals & fuel building blocks.
enaDyne (Freiberg, Germany) develops non-thermal plasma catalysis reactors to convert CO2 into chemicals & fuels.
Global Algae Innovations (San Diego, California, U.S.) grows algae that capture CO2 from the atmosphere to produce protein & oil for food & industrial use.
TerraFixing (Ottawa, Canada) develops a direct-air-capture technology for cold climates using zeolite-based adsorbent materials.
About Greentown Labs
Greentown Labs is a community of climate action pioneers working to design a more sustainable world. As the largest climatetech startup incubator in North America, Greentown Labs brings together startups, corporates, investors, policymakers, & many others with a focus on scaling climate solutions. Driven by the mission of providing startups the resources, knowledge, connections, & equipment they need to thrive, Greentown Labs offers lab space, shared office space, a machine shop, an electronics lab, software & business resources, & a large network of corporate customers, investors, & more. With incubators in Somerville, Mass. & Houston, Texas, Greentown Labs is home to more than 200 startups & has supported more than 500 since the incubator's founding in 2011. These startups have collectively created more than 24,000 jobs, raised more than $4 billion in funding, & generated more than $9.8 billion in regional economic impact. For more information, please visit www.greentownlabs.com.
About Urban Future Lab
The Urban Future Lab (UFL) at NYU Tandon School of Engineering is a non-profit innovation hub for best-in-class climate tech startups with a focus on clean energy & sustainable urban infrastructure solutions. Through our 6 programs, including New York's longest-running climatetech incubator, we support innovators from all over the world on their journey to scaling up & commercializing climate solutions by providing unmatched access to industry stakeholders, strategic advice, marketing & branding support, investor networks, & a community of like-minded founders. Since 2009, UFL has incubated over 70+ companies that have cumulatively raised $1.65B+ in capital with 87% survival rate. For more information, please visit ufl.nyc or find us on Linkedin, Instagram or Twitter.
Fraunhofer USA is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to the advancement of applied research. Fraunhofer USA was founded to conduct applied R & D for customers from industry & state governments & the federal government in the United States. Partnering with Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Europe's largest application- oriented research & development organization, Fraunhofer USA can offer both domestic & international resources to our customers. The TechBridge Program is led by Fraunhofer USA with the core offering being applied, industry-focused projects performed for entrepreneurs by the Fraunhofer Network with the express goal of de-risking novel technologies for the private sector. Projects may take the form of developing & testing prototypes, deploying field demonstrations, performing third-party validation, generating test data in an industry context, or manufacturability studies. For more information, please visit www.fraunhofer.org or find us on Twitter & LinkedIn.
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