Despite a variety of macroeconomic challenges in 2022, venture capital investments in climatetech continues to outpace the market according to recent analysis by Pillsbury. As reported in Climatetech: Venture Dealmaking & Cross-Border Investment Trends, the sector is on pace for a strong year that may only be surpassed by the unprecedented deal activity of 2021.
“Qualified opportunities tend to bring capital onto different continents,” noted Pillsbury partner and report contributor Stan Lewandowski, who focuses his practice on advising startups across a variety of international markets. “Prominent investors have claimed that the next wave of unicorns will be companies developing green hydrogen, climate-smart agriculture, green steel, and green cement and that borders will not exist for such investments.”
Some key findings in the report include:
The research is based on proprietary data provided by Pitchbook Venture Monitor as well as the Pillsbury’s extensive experience working first-hand with Climatetech startups and investors. To read the report in full, click here.
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