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ONE's clever battery management system allowed the company to explore chemistries that had been otherwise ignored.
There are a lot of different bets to place in the climate tech sector, but a few stand out for their early-stage potential and favorable tailwinds.
The startup's platform enables the planning, financing, building and operating of distributed renewable energy projects in developing economies.
Flair offers smart vents and thermostats that can balance heating and cooling across a home, potentially slashing energy use.
China has long been the leader in battery supply and manufacturing. The Inflation Reduction Act seeks to end reliance on the East Asian country and turn the U.S. into a battery powerhouse.
Startup automaker VinFast is planning to lease its EVs' batteries, a trial that other manufacturers are undoubtedly watching closely.
A recent test hints at buses' massive potential to stabilize a grid that’s increasingly threatened by extreme weather.
Carbon Direct advises companies on how to best cut and capture carbon -- then helps them do it.
“You want to get your $7,500, then build this industry.”
Neumann and Andreessen are trying to privatize the neighborhood. Here’s why we think that’s not such a great idea.
The consequences of climate change are becoming more apparent, and a growing number of people are experiencing climate anxiety. We need a way to communicate that.
As with any legislation, there are winners and losers. But the details matter, and some climate tech sectors got a better deal than others.
For oil and gas companies, steady rates of investment should be a worrying trend.
BMW and Toyota will team up to produce hydrogen fuel cell vehicles starting mid-decade, according to a report in Nikkei Asia. The two will begin producing and selling hydrogen fuel cell vehicles devel
VoltStorage recently raised a Series C worth $24 million from engine manufacturer Cummins. Its previous rounds included investments from SOSV and EIT InnoEnergy.
BMW is on the verge of creating another compromise platform that could hamstring its EV efforts.
It’s not perfect, but it’s a major step, one that could restore confidence in global climate agreements.
The world needs a climate tech startup that’s like an early-days Uber, a company that won’t take no for an answer.
Aurora uses a microwave-based approach to liberate hydrogen from methane.