Meet promising Canadian cleantech companies currently seeking investment to support the next stage of their growth.
This June 1, you’re invited to an exclusive pitch session featuring some of Canada’s most exciting cleantech companies raising this quarter. Join us to learn more about these companies and connect with them after the event.
Investors, by invitation only.
Solaires is developing the next generation of affordable, more efficient solar cells through a novel perovskite ink and a superior manufacturing process. Solaires has shipped its ink to different countries on two continents. It has signed with two distributors in South Korea and Japan and has also signed a joint development agreement with a company in Europe. Solaires has won multiple international competitions, including Canada’s Clean50 top projects, and has been named one of Foresight’s most investable companies.
Liven Proteins is a natural ingredient company producing animal-free, functional, and sustainable protein ingredients. Its lead product is animal-free collagen for the food and beverage sector. This ingredient is vegan, halal, and kosher-friendly, has no off odor, and has less environmental footprint than collagen. Liven has attracted numerous sample requests from global ingredient houses and has secured a pilot-scale facility to secure strategic partners and a future paid pilot.
NeoCtech has a unique electrified technology to produce high-purity and critical rare earth metals from recycled waste magnets. The process is easily scalable with a zero-carbon footprint, and is economical: the cost is less than $2 per kilogram of waste. NeoCtech received several grants totaling $500,000 from the government of Quebec, Mitacs, and IAC (Innovation Asset Collective), and a $30,000 contract with Medallion Resources Inc.
AirMatrix builds highways in the skies for urban aviation, with both government and enterprise customers. AirMatrix maps cities with up to 100 times more precision than Google Maps and ensures that all relevant data for autopilots is functional across all OEMs. Customers include municipalities, airports, telecommunication providers, and more. The company is on track to surpass $1 million in revenue in 2023.
Inmotive is the Canada-based inventor of the Ingear transmission, an ultra-efficient multi-speed powertrain technology for a wide range of applications. Ingear extends the electric vehicle range by 7-15% while lowering cost and weight. Its highly reliable design increases torque, acceleration, gradability, and top speed while providing continuous torque during smooth shifts. Inmotive is headquartered in Toronto, operates a WFOE in Shanghai, and has sales offices in Stuttgart and Tokyo. Inmotive brings together innovation and automotive expertise resulting in 16 patents issued and 17 patents pending.
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