Climate Jobs: State of the Union
- Capture6 (Calli Obern, Director of Policy) is a direct air capture (DAC) company making plans to remove millions of tons of CO2 from the air every year in New Zealand. Capture6 uses salt-water and electrochemistry as a path to absorption of atmospheric carbon, which is incorporated into calcium carbonate – what seashells are made of – and then returned back to the ocean. The industrial-scale solutions offered by Capture6 technology are poised to capture millions of tons of carbon per year by 2030.
- CleanCapital (Jillian Majka, Head of HR) is a diversified clean energy investment platform. We deploy a unique approach—underpinned by industry-leading technology—to make attractive investments in distributed generation solar and energy storage. In just over four years, CleanCapital has become one of the leading owner-operators of commercial & industrial (C&I) solar in the U.S. CleanCapital was founded in 2015 and is headquartered in New York City.
- ClimateWrx Holdings (Michael Connors, CEO) is an online investment platform that allows accredited and non-accredited investors to invest in climate tech startups, funds, and projects. ClimateWrx seeks to advance potential climate solutions by introducing investors to opportunities in technology companies, funds and projects seeking capital.
- Emily Steinberg is a veteran in solar sales and financing. She started her solar journey at Sunrun, the nation's largest residential solar installer, managing retail programs with Costco and the Home Depot. She then joined Sunlight Financial, a leading residential solar loan provider, where she built sales support functions (Analytics, Sales Operations, Training, Product Marketing, and Special Programs), to propel a rapidly-growing sales team to generate more than $7B in solar loans. Emily is now launching a consulting practice to help growth-stage companies in climate tech achieve their revenue goals.