Global Climate Tech Unicorns

The Complete List of Global Climate Tech Unicorns

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Global Climate Tech Unicorns

This list is updated every month. Notify our intelligence unit, with supporting evidence, if you have completed a fundraising round at a USD$1B+ valuation.

A unicorn startup or unicorn company is a private company with a valuation over $1 billion USD. Unicorns are ‘startups’, i.e they do not include post-exit, acquired or listed companies, nor do they include ‘mature’ incumbents. As of 25 October 2021, there are now 31 Climate Tech Unicorns around the world who have collectively raised over $22B+ of total funding in the last decade and are now collectively valued at $70B+.

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Recent Climate Tech Unicorns:

Enpal joined the list in October 2021, raising a $175M Series C.

Perfect Day joined the list in September 2021, raising a $350M Series D.

Solugen joined the list in September 2021, raising a $350M Series C.

Apeel joined the list in August 2021, raising a $250M Series E.

Rivian joined the list in July 2021, raising $2.5B in Private Equity.

Redwood Materials joined the list in July 2021, raising a $700M Series C.

Pivot Bio joined the list in July 2021, raising a $430M Series D.

Nature’s Fynd joined the list in July 2021, raising a $350M Series C.

NotCo joined the list in July 2021, raising a $235M Series D.

CompanyCountryIndustryLast RoundLast Round TypeUSD Valuation
NorthvoltSwedenEnergyJun-21$2.8B Venture Round$9B
RivianUnited StatesEnergyJul-21$2.5B Private EquityUndisclosed
MeicaiChinaAgricultureOct-18$800M Series F$7B
Octopus EnergyUnited KingdomEnergySep-21$600M Private Equity$4.6B
CSI SolarCanadaEnergySep-20$260M Secondary Market$3.8B
Redwood MaterialsUnited StatesEnergyJul-21$700M Series C$3.7B
IndigoUnited StatesAgricultureAug-20$360M Series F$3.5B
LiliumGermanyTransportJun-20$35M Venture Round$3.3B
ApeelUnited StatesAgricultureAug-21$250M Series E$2B
Pivot BioUnited StatesAgricultureJuly-21$430M Series D$2B
Aurora SolarUnited StatesEnergyMay-21$250M Series C$2B
Bowery FarmingUnited StatesAgricultureMay-21$300M Series C$2.3B
SolugenUnited StatesEnvironmentSep-21$350M Series C$1.8B
Farmers Business NetworkUnited StatesAgricultureAug-20$250M Series F$1.8B
QdamaChinaAgricultureDec-19$142M Series D$1.6B
Perfect DayUnited StatesFoodSep-21$350M Series D$1.5B
NotCoUnited StatesAgricultureJul-21$235M Series D$1.5B
UplightUnited StatesEnergyMar-21Private Equity$1.5B
Beta TechnologiesUnited StatesTransportMay-21$368M Series A$1.4B
OVO EnergyUnited KingdomEnergyFeb-19$300M Corporate Round$1.4B
Grove CollaborativeUnited StatesEnvironmentDec-20$125M Series E$1.3B
InariUnited StatesAgricultureMay-21$208M Series D$1.2B
EnpalGermanyEnergyOct-21$175M Series C$1.1B
NxinChinaAgricultureSep-18$56M Series B$1.1B
Nature’s FyndUnited StatesFoodJul-21$350M Series C$1B
PlentyUnited StatesAgricultureOct-20$140M Series D$1B
FluenceUnited StatesEnergyDec-20$125M Private Equity$1B
YnsectFranceAgricultureOct-20$65M Series C$1B
Apeel SciencesUnited StatesAgricultureOct-20$30M Venture Round$1B
RubiconUnited StatesResourcesNov-18$11.6M Series E$1B
ZumeUnited StatesSustainable PackagingNov-18$375M Private Equity$1B

 

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