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We are on a mission to redesign systems at the root of our climate crisis.
In 2009 we launched a new non-profit model for funding climate tech deployment. Breaking down barriers to innovation alongside entrepreneurs provides us unique insight into the policy, market, and technology innovation needed to build systems to uplift people and communities around the world.Read More
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Scaling Climate x Social Equity Solutions
70+ climate-tech innovation projects deployed
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The Great Turning
At Elemental Excelerator, our inspiration now is the same as ever — it is to see this place, our home, transformed. Meet the entrepreneurs in our portfolio who are helping us believe in what can be.
Celebrating our 20th exit
We recently celebrated our 20th exit, which means out of our portfolio of 117 companies, roughly 1 in 6 have gone public or been acquired.
Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund and Elemental Excelerator Collaborate to Scale Climate Tech Solutions
Today, we are pleased to announce that Amazon’s Climate Pledge Fund has joined Elemental Excelerator’s Scale-Up Program.
Kevala raises $21M to improve tools for managing energy grid infrastructure
Kevala, the startup that collects and analyzes energy grid infrastructure data for utility companies, renewable energy providers, EV charging companies, regulators and other energy industry stakeholders, has raised $21 million in a Series A round.
Scaling to Zero: Building a Climate Tech Workforce w/ Evette Ellis of ChargerHelp!
Evette Ellis is bridging climate tech, more specifically zero-emission transportation, and the workforce. She is the co-founder of ChargerHelp! and finds inspiration in her family and faith.