Opportunities in Climate Tech are growing!
Climatebase Live is a new online event series designed to help you meet climate companies that are actively hiring.
We're featuring 6 companies working on climate solutions in 🌾 food & ag, ⚡️ energy, 🚗 transportation, and 🧬carbon removal.
Scroll down to view the agenda and the 6 participating companies.
Here's what you can expect:
Each of the participating companies will give a quick deep-dive presentation describing what they do and the roles they're hiring for.
We will then introduce you to these companies in breakout rooms where you can ask them in-depth questions.
Afterward, we'll share your Climatebase profile with the companies you're interested in.
Note: We will not be sharing a recording of the event.
Here are the 6 climate companies that will be presenting, and the agenda:
09:00 AM — Start time
TerraWatt Infrastructure serves as a crucial intermediary between customers, electric vehicle charging service providers, electricity suppliers, grid operators, and capital markets, for organizations of all types looking to electrify their fleets. They enable scale.
View TeraWatt's job openings here.
EnergyHub empowers utilities and their customers to create a clean, distributed energy future. They’re working on accomplishing this vision by transforming complexity at the grid edge into reliable resources for utilities.
View EnergyHubs's job openings here.
Carbon Direct is a team of scientists, engineers, and innovators with a shared goal of reducing atmospheric CO2 by scaling carbon management. They operate two distinct businesses: advisory & software and investments.
View Carbon Direct's job openings here.
09:40 AM — Remora
Remora is an early-stage climate tech startup, turning 2 million semi-trucks into carbon removal devices backed by Chris Sacca and Y Combinator. Our device captures the carbon emissions from semi-trucks. We sell the captured carbon dioxide to concrete producers and other end users.
View Remora's job openings here.
Climate Robotics is a venture-backed startup based in Houston, TX. They are building the next generation of agricultural machinery to produce biochar, a powerful soil amendment that improves soil health and sequesters atmospheric carbon.
View Climate Robotics's job openings here.
Planetary recovery through the soil - more than 50% of our soils are degraded—by chemicals and soil management practices that undercut carbon sequestration potential. Aigen is restoring our planet's health, through the land and our soils with an affordable, precision edge robotics platform.
View Aigen Robotics's job openings here.
10:10 AM - Breakout Sessions
10:45 AM - Closing remarks from Climatebase
IMPORTANT: Before the start of the event...
Take 1 min to create (or update) your profile on climatebase.org so you can get discovered by the companies presenting.
Save or apply to any of these companies' open roles listed on Climatebase, or create a job alert for the companies of interest to you if current open roles don't fit you. After each hiring event, we will send the featured employers a list of all job seekers who show their interest in the companies by performing the above actions on Climatebase.
Use this form to submit questions ahead of the event for organizations of interest to you or for specific roles they have available. We will share these in advance, and organizations can choose to address them during their main presentations or breakout rooms.
See you all soon...