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Meet the GreenTech National Funding Lab Inaugural Cohort

Updated: Apr 15, 2022




As it becomes more evident that our world is in desperate need of sustainable solutions, OK Catalyst launched the GreenTech National Funding Lab, focused on supporting companies developing "green" technologies. Over the next 12 months, OK Catalyst will mentor these game-changing founders, help them identify and apply for federal funding opportunities within the SBIR/STTR programs, and connect them to valuable resources for early-stage startups. The GreenTech National Funding Lab is made possible by funding from the Small Business Administration, which allowed us to open applications to startups across the United States.


Check out the 10 companies that made the cut!


 


San Diego, CA


Aequor is on a mission to replace toxic biocides with “green” alternatives that replace toxins used in consumer and agro-industrial products and advance the UN’s One Health Goal to control pandemic threats at the 3 vectors of transmission: environment, animals, and humans.


 



Kailua, HI


Ai.Fish was formed to bring the latest in artificial intelligence research to problems in marine sustainability and conservation. Ai.Fish is capable of speeding up some of the most time-consuming parts of the Electronic Monitoring review process for marine ecosystems including preprocessing, catch detection, active learning, and integration.


 



Oklahoma City, OK


Through Project WATT, AMPERe Inc. is on a mission to conduct high-tech Research and Development, Manufacturing, and Consulting of Clean-tech, Sustainable Hydrogen Single-Stroke Internal Combustion Engines (H21CE), and other clean TwoStroke engines for stationary applications, military armed vehicles, and ultralight aviation mobility propulsion systems.


 


Norman, OK


American Prime Sustainable Solutions (APSS) is committed to supporting the growth and development of the agricultural sector. Using cutting-edge technology and advanced analytics to improve farm operations, identify growth hotspots, and provide the tools for data-driven decision-making in this sector.


 


Norman, OK


There is too much carbon in the atmosphere and not enough in agricultural soils. Bison Underground takes unusable organic material from farms, like stalks and le