SaaS startups have become the darling of Venture Capital investors, especially in the CleanTech industry. Over the past decade, software has proverbially “eaten the world” and SaaS companies have scaled to become unicorn corporations in staggering amounts of time.
In this article, we are examining 5 VC funded SaaS startups in the CleanTech industry.
A GMaaS (Grid Management Software as a Service) platform is being developed by Camus Energy to support the eventual DSO. Camus's platform equips industry leaders to safely and strategically manage a grid environment that is quickly evolving by giving grid operators and load serving organizations improved situational awareness, knowledge, and control. In order to take advantage of new opportunities on distribution grids, Camus' founders and collaborators are utilizing knowledge from various sectors, including the founders' innovative work creating Google's worldwide traffic management platform.
A Swedish startup called ClimateView uses cutting-edge technology to hasten the transition of cities to zero-carbon economies. To help cities manage and finance the move to net zero, we combine data and systemic analysis. ClimateOS, the first climate SaaS for cities, was developed by ClimateView. It is based on a new theory of change for climate action that the Swedish government and cities throughout Europe and North America are using to get beyond the number one obstacle to taking action on climate change: connecting emissions and economics.
Although monitoring is useful, observability is superior. The OT observability firm is named ControlRooms. The first AI-powered observability platform for chemical and energy manufacturers is our SaaS solution. Operators and engineers may enhance troubleshooting and achieve real observability of their operational data with the help of ControlRooms. Advanced AI is used by ControlRooms to highlight important trends and spot abnormalities across plant systems. The business is situated in Austin, Texas, and it was established in 2021.
The California-based startup Kleverness creates automation technologies for home and commercial structures. The group has created its solutions from the bottom up, spanning everything from software creation and artificial intelligence to hardware production and circuit design. By eliminating the requirement to modify building wiring in order to enable things to function, Kleverness overcame the largest obstacle in automation. In terms of energy efficiency and usefulness, Kleverness exceeds premier systems and is simple to install in any house or hotel.
Persefoni is a Climate Management & Accounting Platform (CMAP). The company's Software-as-a-Service solutions enable enterprises and financial institutions to meet stakeholder and regulatory climate disclosure requirements with the highest degrees of trust, transparency, and ease. As the ERP of Carbon, the Persefoni platform provides users a single source of carbon truth across their organization, enabling them to manage their carbon transactions and inventory with the same rigor and confidence as their financial transactions.