Marvel at game-changing business models, groundbreaking technology and the ingenuity of the founders behind some of Australia's most promising climate tech startups. In this video you'll see software demos, cutting-edge hardware and audience questions answered live by the founders.
The EnergyLab Climate Solutions Accelerator provides the best climate tech startups with the support they need to reach their potential. Over the course of the six-month program, we pulled in mentors, partners, investors, and our startup alumni to help the founders scale their impact as quickly as possible.
00:00 | EnergyLab welcome and introduction
5:30 | Solstice AI (Melbourne) apply state-of-the-art artificial intelligence techniques to satellite imagery to identify solar panels and forecast solar power generation across whole suburbs.
12:13 | Conry Tech (Melbourne) is reinventing air-conditioning in the built environment to decarbonise comfort in the urban environment.
18:31 | Val.Ai (Adelaide) has developed a residential home energy efficiency tool driven by Ai and novel data to drive low-carbon living and energy efficiency so no home is left behind.
24:43 | Allegro Energy (Newcastle) have invented a new, patented, water-based electrolyte system that makes many battery types not only much cheaper, but also environmentally friendly and compatible with a circular economy.
30:53 | Acacia Money (Sydney) is reshaping financial services so that people and our planet can access a better future through simpler, smarter and more sustainable money management.
37:29 | EcoJoule Energy (Brisbane) specialises in the design and manufacture of revolutionary, sustainable, technology solutions for the electricity grid. Their core products are community batteries and voltage regulators for the low voltage distribution network.
44:05 | Raaise (Margaret River) is the platform powering climate startups. They give founders the tools they need to prepare and close a funding round efficiently, saving time and resources, so they can focus on what really matters most—scaling their impact.
50:28 | Economical Energy (Adelaide) is developing a scaleable, cost effective, long duration energy storage solution for renewable energy integration. Their technology uses gravity to store energy, just like pumped hydro but using pellets rather than water.
55:50 | National Renewable Network (Sydney) is a connected network of solar and battery storage systems, enabling households and businesses to switch to renewable energy without any upfront cost of finance, whilst also saving on their energy bill.
1:02:23 | Farmbot (Sydney) provides remote monitoring solutions that take the guesswork out of measuring and analysing water. This data helps farmers make better business decisions contributing to a more sustainable water supply.