C2M’s 2022 entrepreneurs are associated with a wide range of top-tier accelerators, incubators, universities, and government programs, including ARPA-E, Berkeley SkyDeck, California Energy Commission, Chain Reaction Innovations, Cleantech Open, LanzaTech, National Science Foundation (NSF), National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL), New Energy Nexus, San Diego Economic Development Council, Southern California Energy Innovation Network (SCEIN), and Stanford University (StartX, Cardinal Ventures, TomKat Center for Innovation Transfer).
FLO Materials — A portfolio of infinitely recyclable polymers, offering recycling-as-a-service and providing turn-key solutions for circular product design, circular manufacturing, and end-of-life product management.
Frost Methane — Finds concentrated methane sources, designs and installs highly efficient, remotely monitored flares to destroy the methane and bids these projects into carbon offset markets.
GenH — Rapidly deployable, fully modular hydropower system to electrify the ~80k non-powered dams and canal heads without construction or need for storage to generate clean, stable, and cost-competitive renewable energy.
Intropic Materials — Makes plastics truly composable and self-destructing by embedding degrading enzymes inside, enabled by a patented, tunable, scalable, orthogonal enzyme stabilization platform.
Niron Magnetics — Powerful, low cost, and environmentally sustainable permanent magnets to free electrification from dependence on rare earth elements.
Quino Energy — Practical, scalable, and non-flammable energy storage for homes and grids, made possible by a proprietary zero-waste process that transforms coal and wood tar into designer flow-battery reactants.
Windscape AI — Increases wind farm energy production, uptime, and ROI, processing AI data from very low-cost sensors around wind projects. Patented. Demonstrated.