Program helps fund cleantech starts ups

By Kathie Zipp Energy Excelerator, a national clean-energy program dedicated to helping solve the world’s energy challenges, is announcing its latest cohort of 12 companies, with later-stage companies set to each receive up to $1M in funding.
Ranging from aerial spectroscopy for farmers to a new CO2 conversion technology, these companies join a portfolio of more than 50 companies who are affecting change across the energy and infrastructure systems.
With funding from the U.S. Navy, U.S. Department of Energy, GE Ventures, Blackstone, power utilities in five different countries and more, Energy Excelerator issues a yearly call for infrastructure-related companies from across the globe, conducts rigorous

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