Recent developments in the cleantech industry include a partnership for nationwide installation of water recycling systems, and a strategic partnership for the bio recycling of PET. These companies are leading the change towards a cleaner and more sustainable future. In addition, 13 Labeled Solutions made it to the Cleantech Group's 2023 Global Cleantech 100 list. These Solutions are at the forefront of developing innovative solutions to the world's pressing environmental challenges, such as the production of clean energy, the reduction of carbon emissions, and the implementation of sustainable practices in various industries.
French company Carbios and Danish firm Novozymes have announced a strategic partnership aimed at promoting the use of recycled plastics in the food packaging industry. The two companies will work together on developing and commercializing Carbios' enzyme-based technology for the recycling of plastics. This technology breaks down plastic waste into its building blocks, allowing for the creation of new, high-quality plastics. The partnership will focus on the production of recycled PET, a common plastic used in food packaging, in order to promote more sustainable packaging solutions for the food industry.
Hydraloop has partnered with Bowersox Investment Group to install the Hydraloop’s Labeled water recycling systems in sustainable communities built by Bowersox nationwide. The first joint project is a 140-home community in Clarksville, Georgia. The low-maintenance, IoT-connected systems can save up to 45% of total in-house tap water and can be installed in any residential real estate. Hydraloop Concealed, the newest product in the Hydraloop family, was awarded a CES 2023 Innovation Award in the Smart Home category.
Cleantech Group has assembled the 2023 Global Cleantech 100 that are most likely to make significant market impact over the next five to ten years
Congratulations to the 13 Labeled Solutions that made it to the list!
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Montreal-based Sollum Technologies has closed a $30m financing round, with $25m from Idealist Capital, a private equity manager that supports clean energy transition, and $5m from Fondaction, a Quebec partner of socially and environmentally responsible SMEs. Sollum provides greenhouse growers with programmable smart LED lighting that accurately replicates the sun's natural cycle. The technology allows for year-round local produce, with the company launching lighting fixtures to cater to diverse greenhouse growers in 2022. Sollum's CEO said the investment would help expand the company's competitiveness and spectral offerings. Idealist Capital and Fondaction expressed confidence in Sollum's technology, which they see as key to energy-efficient greenhouse operations and sustainable agriculture.
A hydrogen distribution solution that enables safe and efficient large-scale hydrogen transport
World-first enzyme-based process enabling infinite recycling of PET plastics and fibers.
A hybrid technology solution for the treatment of industrial wastewater containing micropollutants
A platform optimizing resources and footprint to go from innovative idea to high performance product
The world's first breathing bioreactor to produce food ingredients and proteins more efficiently
A consumer-centric choice engine for efficient consumer product markets
A programmable smart light solution using sunlight's full spectrum
Business to consumer platform aiming to fight food waste
A zero-emission hydrogen-electric propulsion retrofitting solution for aviation
A circularly logical industrial symbiosis model for the production of insect protein
Battery analytics software based on digital twins to optimize li-ion batteries
An efficient five adults passenger solar electric car topped with solar cells
A smart multiservice platform for air pollution abatement
Process to convert CO2 emissions into nanomaterial powders