Climate and Clean Tech | February 17, 2022

Global Cleantech Capital raises $75 million for growth-stage clean energy companies

Roodgally Senatus
ImpactAlpha Editor

Roodgally Senatus

ImpactAlpha, February 17 — Global Cleantech Capital, an Amsterdam-based venture capital firm, is on the hunt for future leaders in decarbonization and financing for the energy transition.

Portfolio companies are “leveraging industry infrastructure ‘hiding in plain sight’ for faster, cheaper scaling,” said GCC’s Christie Franchi.

Investments include Houston, Texas-based Nacero, which makes low-carbon gas from renewable natural gas in solar- and wind-powered facilities; Lake Prime, a London-based company aiming to build sustainable infrastructure for decentralized computing; and Crowdz, a San Francisco Bay Area fintech managing a financing marketplace for small businesses