Three climate technologies every investor should have in their portfolio
There’s no way to create a definitive list of climate technologies to invest in, but here are three areas that deserve a closer look.
Without a single euro changing hands, Irish nonprofit is helping to reinvent the grid
This Irish startup without a bank account gives surplus wind power to those in need.
Casper co-founders want to sell you another box. This time, it’s a battery
Haven Energy seeks to make installing and using home batteries easy so owners can put an end to power outages.
LineVision and GE team up to fortify the electrical grid to handle more renewables
New transmission lines are expensive, which is why GE and LineVision are working to unlock capacity on existing lines.
Odyssey Energy Solutions continues quest to electrify developing economies with $5.3M seed
The startup's platform enables the planning, financing, building and operating of distributed renewable energy projects in developing economies.
Massive iron batteries could be key to displacing natural gas from the grid
VoltStorage recently raised a Series C worth $24 million from engine manufacturer Cummins. Its previous rounds included investments from SOSV and EIT InnoEnergy.
Beacon Power Services raises $2.7M to improve electricity access for sub-Saharan African cities
Sub-Saharan Africa’s share of the global population without access to electricity stood at 77% in 2020, according to reports. Also, the average daily electricity supply in some of Africa’s largest
A single question changed how Singularity viewed its market
One conversation with a customer changed how Wenbo Shi viewed his product and, ultimately, his company.
Singularity Energy raises $4.5 million seed round to decarbonize the grid
Singularity provides detailed information about the carbon intensity of the electricity grid at any given moment.
Revel turns to software to keep its e-moped fleet powered without straining NYC’s grid
Revel is turning to an app that gamifies energy use to keep its fleet of more than 3,000 electric mopeds charged without putting a strain on New York City’s power grid. Electricity is the key in
Swell Energy’s new deal in New York shows how the company plans to spend the $450 million it’s raising
Back in December, Swell Energy said it would be raising $450 million to support the development of distributed power projects in three states. Now, with the announcement of a deal between the venture-
Three energy-innovation takeaways from Texas’ deep freeze
Unpredictability and complexity are quickening, and technology has its place, but not simply as an individual safeguard or false security blanket.
Mainspring Energy launches its flexible fuel generator with a $150 million NextEra Energy contract
Mainspring Energy, the developer of a new generator technology that use fuels like biogas and hydrogen, has unveiled its Mainspring Linear Generator, with a $150 million contract with NextEra Energy R
Severe weather, blackouts show the grid’s biggest problem is infrastructure, not renewables
It’s becoming harder for the U.S. to ignore the very real effects of global climate change — and despite the efforts of naysayers, it’s not a push to renewables that’s to blame
National Grid sees machine learning as the brains behind the utility business of the future
If the portfolio of a corporate venture capital firm can be taken as a signal for the strategic priorities of their parent companies, then National Grid has high hopes for automation as the future of
Residential renewable energy developer Swell is raising $450 million for distributed power projects in three states
Swell Energy, an installer and manager of residential renewable energy, energy efficiency and storage technologies, is raising $450 million to finance the construction of four virtual power plants rep
Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners looks to make CA power grids more reliable with a $100 million investment
Sidewalk Infrastructure Partners, the company which spun out of Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs to fund, develop and own the next generation of infrastructure, has unveiled its latest project — Resil
Microsoft’s Project Natick underwater data center experiment confirms viability of seafloor data storage
Microsoft has concluded a years-long experiment involving use of a shipping container-sized underwater data center, placed on the sea floor off the cost of Scotland’s Orkney Islands. The company
Urbint, a provider of field safety information for utilities, raises $20 million
Urbint, a developer of a field safety information for industrial workforces, has raised $20 million in a new round of funding as it looks to expand its research and development capabilities, grow inte
RiskIQ adds National Grid Partners as securing data becomes a strategic priority for utilities
RiskIQ, a startup providing application security, risk assessment and vulnerability management services, has added National Grid Partners as a strategic investor. The funding from the investment arm