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Climate change is real and tech startups are trying to rise to the challenge of stopping it. 

Across Europe, investors and startups are making strides into more environmentally impactful projects. According to PwC, venture capital investment into “climate tech” grew at almost five times the rate of the overall global VC market between 2013 and 2019.

A number of venture capital funds in Europe, including Northzone, Earlybird, and HV Holtzbrinck Ventures, recently signed up to Berlin-based Leaders for Climate Action. The initiative sets out terms of a green pledge for startups within the project and a “sustainability clause” within the term sheets provided by VCs. 

Business Insider asked a number of notable investors in the cleantech space to provide their picks of companies addressing climate change to watch in 2020. 


Cited by: Paddy Padmanathan, investor, president and CEO of ACWA Power

In the ACWA portfolio? Yes

What it does: “Desolenator is the world’s first truly sustainable water purification system, powered by solar energy, to provide safe drinking water at scale, low cost, and with low environmental impact.” 

Why it’s hot in 2020: “What really excites me about Desolenator is its potential to address a much ignored major global issue, water scarcity, in such an impactful and environmentally friendly way.

“Not only is Desolenator the first net zero water purification system, it offers a cost-competitive solution for the unserved two billion+ people who walk to collect dirty water and for corporates to take action to address the critical potable water challenges they face, while improving the health, wealth and happiness of these forgotten members of our family at large.” 

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In the ACWA portfolio? No

Total raised: $110 million

What it does: “Energy Vault, a competitive energy storage solution that will increase the dispatch-ability and reliability of solar and wind energy to overcome the current limitations imposed by resource variability and cost prohibitive lithium-ion battery.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Energy Vault has the potential to revolutionize the scale and use of solar and wind energy by addressing the energy storage challenge without harming the environment thus contributing in a fundamental way to accelerate the much needed de-carbonization of energy we consume.”

Cited by: Tomas Kemtys, from Contrarian Ventures

In the Contrarian portfolio? Yes

Total raised: $5 million

What it does: “Based in Norway, CHOOOSE is offering impactful climate solutions and carbon offsetting for businesses and individuals.”


Cited by: Tomas Kemtys, from Contrarian Ventures

In the Contrarian portfolio? No

Total raised: $2 million 

Why it’s hot in 2020: “By facilitating the green PPA marketplace, Zeigo pushes for wider PPA and renewable energy adoption. Zeigo’s offering helps corporates meet net-zero emission targets cheaper and easier.”


Cited by: Yrjö Ojasaar, from Change Ventures

In the Change portfolio? Yes

What it does: “Timbeter is a precision forestry platform for the digitizing (tagging, measuring, sourcing, tracking and tracing) of industrial timber. Timbeter makes the forestry industry more efficient and therefore more profitable but also more sustainable.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Customers are using Timbeter to trace logs throughout the value chain from the forest all the to the processing facilities. The mobile phone app eliminates human error, fraud and inefficiency in manual counting, measuring and reporting of timber assets.

“Timbeter is the only way to objectively measure and certify compliance with sustainable forest management practices on a global scale.”


In the Change portfolio? No

Total raised: $102 million

What it does: “Skeleton works with some of the largest companies in the world to decrease CO2 emissions and fuel consumption, improve power quality, and protect equipment and infrastructure from power peaks, and to power electrification to fight climate change.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Listed in the top 100 companies four years in a row by Global Cleantech 100, Skeleton just raised €41M Series D round of financing (one of the top five funding rounds for the cleantech sector in the EU this year).”

Cited by: Patrick Sheehan, founder and partner, ETF Partners

In the ETF portfolio? Yes

Total raised: $3.5 million

What it does: “Germany-based Tomorrow is the world’s first sustainable mobile banking provider … Simply put, Climeworks’ technology extracts carbon dioxide directly from the air. This is a significant milestone in the move to reduce, recycle, or removed CO2 from the air economically and at scale.” 


Cited by: Patrick Sheehan, founder and partner, ETF Partners

In the ETF portfolio? No

Total raised: Undisclosed

Why it’s hot in 2020: “I am a huge fan of the company and its ambitious goals … The CEO, Jan Wurzbacher, is a visionary, and he has the potential to deliver game-changing technology to solve one of the most pressing environmental problems.”


Cited by: Maria Wagner, investment director at Beringea

In the Beringea portfolio? No

What it does: “BYBI is a skincare and beauty brand founded by Elsie Rutterford and Dominika Minarovic in 2017. Elsie and Dominika established BYBI to create a cosmetics business that could lead the clean revolution in the beauty industry without compromising on quality products.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “BYBI has sought to show the path ahead for the cosmetics industry — currently a substantial contributor to global pollution — by committing to be a net zero carbon brand by the end of 2020. This means it will achieve carbon neutrality across its supply chain by carbon offsetting.”


Cited by: Maria Wagner, investment director at Beringea

Total raised: n/a

What it does: “Earthly was founded in 2020 by Oliver Bolton, a serial entrepreneur with years of expertise in carbon offsetting, to provide an effective and trusted platform for businesses to invest in natural climate solutions and become climate positive.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Earthly works with businesses including Garnier, The Body Shop and Planet Organic, helping them to invest in projects that protect, restore and re-establish crucial ecosystems like forests, peatlands, mangroves and seabeds. Each project is vetted by an independent scientific board and progress is monitored by satellite.”

Lettus Grow

In the Bethnal Green Ventures portfolio? Yes

Total raised: $4.5 million

What it does: LettUs Grow has built patent-pending aeroponics technology that uses up to 95% less water than traditional farming and increases growth rate by 70% compared to hydroponics. With aeroponics, there are no pesticides or harmful chemicals and no fertilizer runoff into waterways.

Why it’s hot in 2020: “With rapid population growth, and increasing extreme weather events that severely impact our food security, we need more innovation that guarantees we can provide affordable healthy food for everyone,” Sathianathan said. “Backed by Bethnal Green Ventures, ClearlySo, Longwall Ventures and others, they are helping farmers take the pressure off soils by using less land, and reduce food miles, carbon footprint, and food waste.”

Cited by: Dama Sathianathan, partner at Bethnal Green Ventures

In the Bethnal Green Ventures portfolio? No

Total raised: $1.5 million

What it does: SafetyNet Technologies designs products to encourage sustainable fishing practices.


Cited by: Jon Coker, founding partner at EKA Ventures

In the EKA Ventures portfolio? No

Total raised: $19 million

Why it’s hot in 2020: “I really like them because I think we need a better ownership model for high value, high impact assets,” Coker said. “I really like Raylo’s approach because they can own the phone and rent it out to three or four users across its life and then recycle it effectively at the end. Giving people great value at every stage of the process and totally optimizing the resources that go in to a phone.”


Cited by: Jon Coker, founding partner at EKA Ventures

In the EKA Ventures portfolio? No

What it does: Circulor uses blockchain and AI to cut the cost of traceability and due diligence in raw materials supply chains.

Why it’s hot in 2020: “I love what Circulor are doing because if we are going to transition to electric vehicles without trashing the environment in another way (ie through the battery supply chain) then we will need proper traceability and that’s what they are doing,” Coker said. “We have seen quite a few businesses try to build this kind of supply chain software but they are the only ones I have seen get real traction.”


Cited by: Andrew J Scott, general partner at 7percent Ventures

Total raised: $7 million

What it does: “London-based Notpla offers an alternative to single-use plastic in food and drink packaging.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Human-made trash is destroying our society. Notpla make packaging solutions made from seaweed and plants that disappear, naturally. Our future has to be only packaging which will biodegrade fast, or which is re-used infinitely.”


In the 7percent portfolio? Yes

Total raised: $2.65 million 

What it does: “They’ve created an easy-to-use app which enables anyone to invest into a sustainability-friendly portfolio of companies. It’s simple: customers now have the chance to save money, make money, and save the planet.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Clim8 is ‘hot’ because climate change is the world’s biggest problem EVER, a problem rapidly approaching a point of no return. Clim8 has an opportunity to make an impact at scale.”

Cited by: Antoine Poirson, partner at early stage VC investor Antler

In the Antler portfolio? Yes

Total raised: $890,000

What it does: “Consumers are becoming increasingly conscious about the environment, and are on the lookout for action they can take to limit their own negative impact. Yayzy is building a product that users love, which helps them understand their personal impact, and make the right actions to reduce negative outcomes. 


Cited by: Antoine Poirson, partner at early stage VC investor Antler, and Marie-Helene Ametsreiter, lead partner for industrial tech at Speedinvest

In the Antler portfolio? No

In the Speedinvest portfolio? Yes

What it does: “A problem with recycling is the inefficiency of the ‘sorting’ process itself, which is still quite manual, and not efficient enough when automated,” says Poirson. “Greyparrot solves this by using the latest computer vision technology to automate the sorting of our trash, making it more efficient and affordable.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “From a VC perspective, it is a perfect combination of tangible positive environmental impact and a huge and growing potential market, which is expected to reach $530bn by 2025,” says Ametsreiter.

Cited by: Marie-Helene Ametsreiter, lead partner for industrial tech at Speedinvest

Total raised: $916,000

What it does: “ provides corporations with an effective software solution to reduce administrative efforts by up to 90% — unlocking a large segment of customers that previously did not have the resources to initiate the transition to alternative energy sources themselves.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “We particularly liked the strong validation of the pain point across different industries. In addition, the need for solutions in that space will only grow further with tightening regulations to ensure the achievement of carbon emission goals throughout the EU.”


In the True portfolio? Yes

Total raised: $3.4 million 

What it does: “The Emitwise team is building a platform that helps companies track and reduce their carbon emissions. This area of focus is especially important considering that more than 70 percent of the world’s greenhouse gas emissions can be attributed to 100 companies.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Becoming sustainable and reducing emissions will be a part of every company’s story, whether due to regulation and compliance or because consumers demand it and it’s the environmentally responsible thing to do. Compliance will be a large part of market growth while we work toward a zero-carbon future.” 

Cited by: Priscilla Tyler, senior associate at True Ventures

In the True portfolio? No

Total raised: $120,000

What it does: “ is building a platform that monitors the world’s natural resources. The goal is to empower people to make better, informed decisions that can help to mitigate climate change and protect against natural disasters.”


Cited by: Matus Maar, cofounder and managing partner at Talis Capital

In the Talis portfolio? Yes

Total raised: $400 million

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Historically, it’s been difficult to find sustainability startups that are commercially viable, but this is changing: Ynsect has raised more funding than the entire alternative insect protein sector globally. The alternative protein market is predicted to be worth $8bn by 2030, so needless to say, it’s a portfolio company that we’re very excited about!”


Cited by: Matus Maar, cofounder and managing partner at Talis Capital

In the Talis portfolio? No

What it does: “By placing micro-farms inside consumer-facing locations like supermarkets and restaurants, Infarm enables consumers to pick and purchase the freshest produce, virtually eliminating the lengthy supply chains that typically accompany these products.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “It’s a revolutionary approach to farming and it’s one that I can really see appealing to increasingly eco-conscious city dwellers.”


Cited by: Rob Desborough, partner at Seraphim Capital’s Space Fund

Total raised: $200 million

What it does: “Weather disrupts 70% of businesses worldwide and costs more than $600 billion each year in the US alone. Climate change has a big impact on global business operations. Spire addresses these challenges and provides data and forecasts to help reduce operational risks and transform weather variability into a competitive advantage.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “Their current five-day weather forecast they believe is more accurate than government agencies’ three-day forecast which provides a significant commercial advantage in areas like insurance and financial services.”


In the Seraphim portfolio? No

Total raised: Undisclosed 

What it does: “Sust has built a platform that addresses the last mile and provides real insight on climate risk built for the specific needs of asset managers within financial services. The end customer doesn’t need to build their own team of data scientists to interpret the data.”

Why it’s hot in 2020: “The team is uniquely positioned to do this given their expertise at some of the world’s leading Earth observation companies, such as Planet and Orbital Insight.”



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Blackstone’s betting $6 billion on the rental market – here’s why private-equity loves real estate right now

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  • Blackstone is all-in on rent resets and long-term property assets to combat potential inflation.
  • Private equity firms have trillions of dollars in cash to put to work on acquisitions.
  • Blackstone’s share price ticked over $100 for the first time this month.
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It’s been quite the month for Blackstone.

The private-equity behemoth is part of a consortium of investors that bought Medline for about $34 billion, its share price ticked over $100 for the first time, and it’s doubling down on residential real estate with a $6 billion Home Partners of America buy.

It’s a bet on scorching demand for housing continuing, and also a defensive move as inflation worries start to seep into investors’ minds. The average price of a home topped $350,000 for the first time inn May, according to the National Association of Realtors, logging the largest-ever increase in prices since the NAR began tracking data.

“Whether it’s apartments, storage facilities for warehouse distribution, or single-family homes, private-equity is getting into this as an inflation hedge,” Nicholas Tsafos, a partner with accounting firm EisnerAmper, told Insider.

Home Partners, which owns more than 17,000 homes in the US, rents out these properties, but tenants have an opportunity to someday buy the home.

In the single-family rental arena, private-equity firms can hike rents, while also holding onto profitable, tangible assets.

“Because interest rates are low, and with the potential for a pick-up in inflation, private-equity also feels the need to be long on hard assets,” Tsafos said. “In real estate, you buy it today and then flip it for a higher price.”

Jon Gray, Blackstone’s president and COO, alluded to it during the firm’s earnings call in April when he said multi-family apartments that come with the ability to reset rents were key for Blackstone.

The firm bought many houses at remarkable discounts after the housing market crashed in 2007. It accumulated a number of single-family homes through a former portfolio company Invitation Homes. Blackstone sold its final block of shares in the company in 2019.

The private-equity shop also favors logistics spaces, such as warehousing, life sciences offices, and media and studio businesses with offices, according to a June 22 research note from UBS.

In October, Blackstone made a handsome investment when it sold life sciences real-estate company BioMed Realty for $14.6 billion, after acquiring it for about $8 billion in January 2016.

And it’s not just Blackstone. Fellow private-equity investor KKR is investing in My Community Homes, a platform that buys and manages single-family rental properties, according to Bloomberg.

KKR will invest in My Community Homes through its real-estate and private-credit vehicles.

A spokesperson for KKR was not immediately available to comment.

The Carlyle Group said in May that it provided up to $300 million to Four Springs Capital Trust, a private REIT that acquires and manages single-tenant properties with long-term net leases.

Four Springs will use the money to build its portfolio, which encompasses 122 properties across 29 states, Carlyle said in a press release.

The move on real estate comes while private investment firms sit on more than $1 trillion in cash. Borrowing costs, too, remain subdued as the Fed keeps interest rates at all-time lows.

Given the sheer amount of dry powder available, coupled with accommodative credit markets, private-equity is keen to conduct a surfeit of acquisitions, and isn’t shy about injecting large sums of equity into prospective investments.

Medline, for example, is expected to raise roughly $17 billion from the debt markets, while the private investors are providing a similar amount in equity.

“Big leveraged buyouts are back in vogue,” said Christopher Zook, chairman and CIO of alternative investment manager CAZ Investments. “Whether it’s KKR or Blackstone, they have large capital to put to work. So they’ve got to do a ton of deals.”

Disclaimer: KKR holds a majority stake in Insider’s parent company, Axel Springer.

It’s been quite the month for Blackstone.



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NEW YORK, June 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The artificial organs market is expected to grow by USD 10.90 billion during 2021-2025, according to Techn…



NEW YORK, June 18, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — The artificial organs market is expected to grow by USD 10.90 billion during 2021-2025, according to Technavio. The report offers a detailed analysis of the impact of COVID-19 pandemic on the artificial organs market in optimistic, probable, and pessimistic forecast scenarios.

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With the continuing spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic, organizations across the globe are gradually flattening their recessionary curve by leveraging technology. Many businesses will go through response, recovery, and renew phases. Building business resilience and enabling agility will aid organizations to move forward in their journey out of the COVID-19 crisis towards the Next Normal.

The artificial organs market will witness a positive impact during the forecast period owing to the widespread growth of the COVID-19 pandemic. As per Technavio’s pandemic-focused market research, market growth is likely to increase in 2021 as compared to 2020.

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Abbott Laboratories
Abbott Laboratories offers ASSURITY MRI PACEMAKER. Its size and shape allow surgeons to make small incisions during the implantation procedure. This pacemaker requires a small pocket under the skin of the chest during implantation.

Asahi Kasei Corp.
Asahi Kasei Corp. offers REXEED. It is a hemodialyzer for effective removal of toxins and low molecular weight proteins.

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