The Internet of Things (IoT) revolution, now a decade old in India, promised to digitise factories and buildings, aiming to reduce their maintenance and energy costs.
The world is buzzing with the promise of hydrogen as the fuel of the future. This clean and abundant energy source has the potential to revolutionise industries like transportation, power generation, and manufacturing
Water scarcity in India is a serious worry due to erratic monsoons and depleting groundwater levels. One major strategy is to clean and reuse wastewater, which could possibly meet 10 per cent of our water needs...Read More
While electric mobility stood out as the dominant sector, accounting for over 60% of climate startup funding; solar power, green fintech, and deeptech startups also attracted investor attention.
India is the world’s leading producer of millets accounting for over 40 per cent of global production.
Climate tech start-ups had a strong start to the second-half with the news of $20 million funding by String bio, that converts greenhouse gases into proteins.
Why climate startups should turn to corporates for fundraising...Read More
While investment in climate solutions is growing rapidly, climate startups account for less than 5% of venture capital (VC) funding in India, as estimated, and it largely goes to tech startups...Read More
Climate start-ups have the ability to address local problems such as improving water access and enhancing agriculture, issues that align with the objectives of CSR budgets