Jim Shaikh

Some of the most innovative clean energy and climate technologies originate in the labs of the world’s research universities. At Imperial College London’s climate innovation accelerator, The Greenhouse, startups address solutions in niche areas such as bio-textiles, waste management and green hydrogen.

It is not just venture capital investors that are engaging with these startups. Corporate investors seeking to decarbonise their supply chains are seeing opportunities to partner and finance these early-stage startups at the seed investing stage.


Kim Moore

Kim Moore is the deputy editor of Global Venturing and produces video for the website.