Meet the startups

The inaugural cohort of the Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change brings together a diverse set of climate-focused startups from the US and Canada. Collectively, these 11 selected companies are leveraging technology to solve the complex challenges of climate change.

Bloomington, Minnesota, USA

75F is a vertically-integrated building intelligence company using smart sensors, controllers, and software to make commercial buildings more efficient and comfortable.

Brooklyn, New York, USA

BlocPower is providing software and financial tools to analyze, finance, and manage the challenges of converting millions of urban buildings off of fossil fuels.

Montreal, Quebec, Canada

CarbiCrete's concrete-making solution completely eliminates the need for cement, making it cheaper and stronger than traditional concrete, all through an overall carbon-negative process.

Franklin, Tennessee, USA

Enexor BioEnergy delivers renewable electricity and thermal using organic, biomass, and plastic feedstock, helping to mitigate climate change while addressing global waste overabundance challenges.

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

FARM-TRACE is a software platform which delivers verified reforestation impacts created by farmers to brands wanting to reduce their climate footprints.

Charlottesville, Virginia, USA

Fermata Energy designs, supplies, and operates technology that turns electric vehicles into energy storage assets that combat climate change, increase resilience, and dramatically lower the cost of ownership.

San Francisco, California, USA

Flair makes buildings more comfortable using less energy while promoting energy efficiency, electrification, and smart grid integration.

Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, USA

Heatworks uses electronic controls and graphite electrodes to heat water instantly, endlessly, and precisely, without energy loss.

Berkeley, California, USA

Wild Earth is a plant-based pet food company that harnesses biotech to create cruelty free products with less environmental impact.

Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA

Yard Stick fights climate change by measuring soil carbon accurately, instantly, and affordably, providing the "missing link" for soil carbon sequestration at gigaton/year scale.

Chicago, Illinois, USA

Zauben is designing the world's smartest green products, like sensor-driven, IoT- connected green roofs and living walls, to create healthier and happier environments for humans and our planet.