Cleantech clients




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We are proud to work with fast-growing cleantech companies across Europe. Our clients are at the forefront of a diverse range of technology areas including renewable energy, energy storage, electric vehicles, biotechnology, recycling technology, energy efficiency, carbon capture, sustainable materials and agritech.


Climeworks is capturing CO2 directly from the air with the world’s first commercial carbon removal technology. The Swiss company has built the world’s first commercial direct air capture plant, removing 900 tonnes of CO2 from ambient air per year. These plants capture atmospheric carbon with a filter, using mainly low-grade heat as an energy source.

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Visedo is on a mission to end pollution through electrification. The company produces hybrid and electric drivetrains for heavy duty applications on land and sea. Visedo boasts a long list of electric-firsts from ferries to buses and works with clients in 19 countries across the globe. The team is headquartered in Finland with offices in the Netherlands and Hong Kong.

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Headquarted in Berlin, ubitricity delivers smart solutions for on-street electric vehicle charging. With a single cable and socket combination, the company has developed an economically-viable and future-facing solution for charging infrastructure. ubitricity’s technology can be fitted across cities at a fraction of the price of traditional public charge points and allows for endless smart data solutions.

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Biome Bioplastics

Biome is one of the UK’s leading developers of intelligent, natural plastics. The company’s mission is to challenge the dominance of oil-based polymers and ultimately replace them completley. Biome’s high-performance product range includes compostable materials for coffee pods, cups and lids. The company also leads a major sustainable chemicals development programme.

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nextProtein is a Parisian agritech startup that produces animal feedstock from the larvae of Black Soldier Fly. The concept has caught the attention of Silicon Valley investors and the company is now focused on scaling-up production. nextProtein’s vision is to create a new, sustainable protein and uncouple animal feedstock from unsustainable farming practices and resource scarcity.

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A success story from Cambridge University, Enval unlocks the potential of high performance materials by creating sustainable and economically viable end‑of‑life solutions. The company’s microwave induced pyrolysis process is the only method for recycling plastic aluminium laminates. The Enval process is clean, efficient and economical for both post-consumer and industrial waste.

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