Climate50 recently published its 2022 report on climate tech investment

Climate50 recently published its 2022 report on climate tech investments and we’re here to bring you the key findings.
  • In 2022, early-stage investors significantly boosted their activity, growing their investments by 30% YoY to account for 68% of the total annual investments. Meanwhile, corporate investors saw their contribution shrink from 27% in 2020 to 5%, signaling a decisive shift in the landscape of the sector investment.
  • Climate technologies are still at an early stage of development, so nearly half of the businesses sold are valued at less than €100 million. In the past ten years, only a small percentage (4%) of exited portfolio companies in the climate tech sector have achieved a valuation exceeding $1 billion.
  • North America solidified its position as the leading region in the investment landscape by contributing 70% of the total annual funds raised. Europe followed with a contribution of 26%. Among individual countries, the United States dominated with $78 billion, followed by the United Kingdom with $17 billion and Germany with $7 billion.

We’re happy to say the report was drafted by Contrarian Ventures, one of the members of Cleantech for Baltics Investors Coalition, alongside 2150.

Find the full annual report HERE.

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