The EVF has always been a conference by investors, for investors. Check out the companies and institutions that are supporting the EVF2022.
Emerald Technology Ventures
Emerald is a globally recognized venture capital firm building a sustainable future at the crossroads of industry and technology. Founded in 2000, it is a pioneer in open innovation, providing multi-national corporations with rich deal flow and insight in the sectors and markets of tomorrow. Emerald has managed and advised assets of over €1 billion from its offices in Zurich, Toronto and Singapore. The firm is dedicated to tackling big challenges in climate change and sustainability via over 500 venture transactions and five third-party investment mandates, including loan guarantees to over 100 start-ups.
Taylor Wessing is a global law firm that serves the world’s most innovative people and businesses. Deeply embedded within our sectors, we work closely together with our clients to crack complex problems, enabling ideas and aspirations to thrive. Together we challenge expectation and create extraordinary results.
bp ventures plays a key role in helping the company reinvent itself as an integrated energy company, in line with our new purpose: reimagining energy for people and planet. We will do this by investing in a portfolio of high growth technology businesses that will benefit and extend our core businesses, as well as open up opportunities in digital adjacencies. We will also invest in businesses that can help bp reduce carbon in its operations and production.
Demeter is a major European player in venture capital, private equity and infrastructure for the energy and ecological transition. Its funds invest from €1m to €30m to support companies in the sector at all stages of their development: innovative startups, small and mid-cap companies, as well as infrastructure projects. The Demeter team counts 37 people based in Paris, Lyon, Bordeaux, Grenoble, Metz, Madrid, and Düsseldorf, manages €1.2bn and has completed 200 investments over 17 years.
OGCI Climate Investments manages funds focused on driving substantial reduction in carbon emissions and was formed by the Oil & Gas Climate Initiative, a CEO-led initiative of major global oil & gas companies. OGCI aims to lead the industry’s response to climate change through action and independently managed investments.
The firm invests in innovations, technologies and projects to decarbonize under-invested GHG-intensive sectors within energy, industry, built environments/buildings and transportation. OGCI CI looks for outcomes that avoid or reduce methane or carbon dioxide emissions, recycle or store carbon dioxide. Since 2017, it has invested in over 29 technologies and projects which have realized over 30MT CO2 equivalent in the period 2019-2021.
The Swedish Energy Agency is a government agency responsible for matters of the supply and use of energy in Sweden. The Agency is in many aspects leading Sweden’s transition to a sustainable energy system.
Dow Venture Capital is focused on pursuing strategic investments in attractive start-up companies around the world that enable and accelerate Dow’s business growth and value. We take an active role in the companies we invest in and deploy Dow capabilities and resources, when appropriate, to maximize value creation.
EIT InnoEnergy operates at the centre of the energy transition and is the leading innovation engine in sustainable energy, bringing the technology and skills required to accelerate the green deal and Europe’s decarbonisation goals.
Since 2007 Amsterdam-based SET Ventures has invested in digital technology for a carbon-free energy system by backing pioneering founders with capital, community, and insights. SET Ventures invests in companies with sustainable solutions and a strong digital DNA leading the systemic change of how energy is generated, distributed, stored, and consumed in sectors such as distributed infrastructure, energy retail, buildings, mobility, and industry as well as enabling technologies.
The Swiss Federal Office of Energy (SFOE) is the country’s competence centre for issues relating to energy supply and energy use at the Federal Department of the Environment, Transport, Energy and Communications (DETEC).