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Empowering Entrepreneurs to Build a Net Zero Future: Join UCLTF Climate Tech Webinar

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Welcome to our webinar on ‘The State of Early-Stage Climate Tech Investing’! Join us as David Grimm, UCLTF Investment Director, interviews two entrepreneurs from our portfolio companies about the role of startups in contributing to a Net Zero future.

Our panelists include Aidan O’Sullivan, CTO and Co-Founder of Carbon Re, a UCLTF portfolio company focused on helping energy-intensive industries reduce their carbon emissions. We also have Vidal Bharath, COO and Co-Founder of Bramble Energy, another UCLTF portfolio company that is powering a Net Zero future with their hydrogen fuel cells. Additionally, we have Dennis Atkinson, an investor at BGF, providing insights into the investing landscape.

In this discussion, we explore the unique advantages startups bring to the table compared to established businesses in the climate tech space. Why are startups like Bramble Energy able to innovate in ways that even large companies like Bosch cannot? Vidal Bharath sheds light on their ability to move quickly and identify opportunities, revolutionizing the manufacturing process for fuel cells. Their agility allows them to prioritize cost-effectiveness and wide-scale integration, ultimately accelerating decarbonization efforts.

Aidan O’Sullivan highlights the critical role of focus in startups like Carbon Re. Unlike incumbents who prioritize production volume, Carbon Re focuses on sustainable production methods that reduce costs and carbon emissions. The demand for sustainable products is only increasing, and startups play a key role in meeting these needs while driving the industry toward decarbonization.

It’s important to recognize that startups have historically played a significant role in driving innovation across industries. This is not unique to climate tech but applies to entrepreneurship as a whole. Startups have the advantage of hyper-focus and the ability to provide targeted solutions to specific challenges. In contrast, larger organizations face multiple complexities and stakeholders, hindering their ability to innovate at the same pace. While some large corporations do foster internal startup-like structures, often innovation is more fluid and impactful in the startup ecosystem.

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At our webinar, ‘The state of early-stage Climate Tech investing’, David Grimm, UCLTF Investment Director asks two entrepreneurs from our portfolio companies about how startups can contribute to Net Zero.

The panellists are:
-Aidan O’ Sullivan, CTO and Co-Founder of Carbon Re, a UCLTF portfolio company helping energy-intensive industries reduce their carbon emissions.
-Dennis Atkinson, Investor at BGF.
-Vidal Bharath, COO and Co-Founder of Bramble Energy, a UCLTF portfolio company powering a Net Zero future with their hydrogen fuel cells.

If you would like to find out more about UCLTF, visit our digital channels:
– https://twitter.com/UCLTF
– https://www.linkedin.com/company/ucl-technology-fund/
– www.ucltf.co.uk

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