Giles Pinnington and Mark Schuster will be in attendance at the latest in Carbon13's series of Climate Innovation Showcase Days, being held at the prestigious Cambridge Union on Tuesday 14th November.
On the day of the event, participants can anticipate a showcase of transformative solutions as six ventures from Cohort 5 present cutting-edge climate innovations for decarbonisation and carbon capture. The agenda also includes valuable insights from Carbon13's portfolio companies and industry experts on their latest traction and scaling opportunities. Attendees will have the chance to network with the Carbon13 community, comprising founders, industry experts, corporate partners, and investors.
The ventures pitching cover diverse approaches to environmental challenges. Adia focuses on AI-generated digital twins and smart devices for decarbonising challenging buildings. Deep Blue Biotech pioneers synthetic biology of cyanobacteria for a biomanufacturing platform producing carbon-neutral chemicals. Cocoon Carbon captures and upcycles CO2 and industrial waste to decarbonize steel and cement industries. Mozaic Earth enables investors to value nature's services through a community-led AI monitoring solution. Climate-i reduces potent greenhouse gases through predictive monitoring of fluorinated gases. Cbamboo is building an operating system for carbon border taxes to facilitate global supply chain decarbonisation.
Each startup, part of the Carbon13 Venture Builder, received intensive support to address Net Zero challenges and launch highly scalable ventures. Each pitch will include an open Q&A, and the event will conclude with a drinks reception.
The keynote panel, titled "Doing Not Talking: how to evaluate new innovation trajectories in Net Zero," features Carbon13 founder Dr. Nicky Dee, Kelly Price (Agreed Earth, Founder), and Michael Stanton (Ki Hydrogen, Founder). This session offers insights into innovation trajectories that go beyond incremental developments, providing a unique perspective on shaping a Net Zero future by disrupting existing systems. This exclusive session aims to guide those committed to radical innovation and understanding the evolving landscape of climatetech in 2024.
Cambridge Union, Bridge Street, Cambridge