Whither climate tech? A new fund, plus some predictions

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Whither climate tech? A new fund, plus some predictions

Energy Impact Partners is targeting early-stage, climate tech startups through a new fund led by energy transition guru and futurist Shayle Kann. The Deep Decarbonization Frontier Fund has already received commitments of more than $200 million on its way to $350 million, according to a┬ápress release issued by Energy Impact Partners (EIP)┬álast week. "We are looking for audacious entrepreneurs taking big swings at big problems in climate tech," wrote Kann. "Over the last six years, we have built an ecosystem and process to drive innovation in massive, mature and technically…

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