CEL and ten other companies will participate in the Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change cohort.
Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change announces second cohort
Google believes that technology and entrepreneurship can help avert the world’s climate crisis. Startup founders around the country are likewise using tools to accelerate the change to a low-carbon economy. So, as part of its commitment to addressing climate change, Google is therefore investing in entrepreneurs who are building climate solutions.
This Earth Day, Google for Startups Accelerator: Climate Change announced their second cohort. This ten-week program provides intensive workshops and expert mentorship to sustainability-focused startups. As a result, startups will learn technical, product, and leadership best practices. CEL is proud to be among the 11 startups that Google chose to use technology to better our planet.
The Climate Change cohort includes the following innovative organizations:
- AmpUp in Cupertino, California. AmpUp is an electric vehicle software company and network provider that helps drivers, hosts, and fleets charge stress-free.
- Carbon Limit in Boca Raton, Florida. Carbon Limit transforms concrete into a CO2 sponge. This is done using green cement nanotechnology, turning roads and buildings into permanent CO2 solutions.
- ChargeNet Stations in Los Angeles, California. ChargeNet Stations aims to make charging accessible and convenient in all communities, preventing greenhouse gas emissions through PV + storage.
- ChargerHelp! In Los Angeles, California. ChargerHelp! provides on-demand repair of electric vehicle charging stations. At the same time, they are building out local workforces, removing barriers, and creating economic mobility within communities.
- CO-Z in Boulder, Colorado. CO-Z accelerates electricity decarbonization and empowers renters, homeowners, and businesses with advanced control, automated savings, and power failure protection.
- Moment Energy in Vancouver, British Columbia. Moment Energy repurposes retired electric vehicle batteries to provide clean, affordable, and reliable energy storage.
- Mi Terro in City of Industry, California. Mi Terro is a synthetic biology and advanced material company. They create compostable, plastic-alternative biomaterials made from plant-based agricultural waste.
CEL is thrilled to be a part of this cohort. We are excited to work alongside Google and other innovators to create solutions to our generation's most pressing problems.