EIT Climate-KIC, is pleased to launch its debut start-up investment programme in conjunction with Seedrs. The Found by us, funded by you programme gives private investors early access to a rolling pipeline of interesting environmentally driven start-ups from across Europe.
EIT Climate-KIC is working to accelerate the transition to a zero-carbon, and resilient world by enabling systems transformation.
Supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology, we identify and support innovative start-ups that help society mitigate and adapt to climate change. We believe that a decarbonised, sustainable economy is not only necessary to prevent catastrophic climate change, but presents a wealth of opportunities for business.
What we do
EIT Climate-KIC runs one of Europe's largest accelerators focused on climate impact and has so far supported more than 1,800 climate driven start-ups. Some of our brightest climate start-ups
are joining the programme to raise additional investment.
In collaboration with Seedrs we're launching a triple-threat investment opportunity designed to dampen the economic impact of COVID-19, create green jobs and address the climate crisis.
The first cohort of start-ups include:
- PlanBlue who make underwater satellites that build up a global seafloor database to enable sustainable use and conservation of our ocean’s resources whilst fostering the Blue Economy.
- Kleiderly who produce a new sustainable plastic alternative made from textile waste. Their patent pending method diverts textile waste from going into landfill waste use upcycles this into a new circular economy plastic product.
- Wase who build containerised water and food recycling systems that recover biohydrogen and biomethane to create a circular economy value stream from waste. The Wase campaign is now live! Visit the campaign page to invest.
Invest in Wase
Unlocking the power of waste
Wase has developed an affordable and accessible system for recycling all water and food waste.
Using their patent-pending Electro-Methanogenic process they treat wastewater and organic waste and recover biohydrogen and biomethane creating a circular economy.
Wase's crowdfunding campaign is now live and open for investment. This is your chance to invest in one of the brightest startups tackling the climate crisis.
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