Cleantech Group has named Amp Robotics Corp., Denver, to its 2023 Global Cleantech 100, an annual list that recognizes companies poised to take society from commitments to actions in the effort to reach net-zero carbon emissions.
More than 15,750 companies were nominated from more than 93 countries. They were weighted and scored to create a short list of 330 companies that were reviewed by an 81-member panel made up of leading investors and corporate and industrial executives active in technology and innovation scouting.
“We’ve deployed hundreds of sorting devices globally to increase recycling rates and landfill diversion, and it’s an honor to be recognized by Cleantech Group for another year of progress toward making recycling more efficient and cost-effective,” says Matanya Horowitz, founder and CEO of Amp. “Investment in recycling from venture capital firms, coalitions and consumer packaged goods companies validates the role advanced technology is playing in addressing the industry’s challenges—and the broad conviction that exists in elevating business models focused on more sustainable materials management.”
The Global Cleantech 100 program has been running since 2009; 2023 is the fourth consecutive year AMP has made the list.
“This Global Cleantech 100 edition is remarkable for the number of businesses in it who represent solutions for some of the hardest of decarbonization challenges and those who are working on some of the critical materials issues coming our way, real soon,” says Richard Youngman, CEO, Cleantech Group. “We salute not only these 100 companies but all the thousands beyond who are fighting the good fight.”
The Global Cleantech 100 companies are delivering sustainable solutions in six sectors:
- Agriculture & Food;
- Enabling Technologies;
- Energy & Power;
- Materials & Chemicals;
- Resources & Environment; and
- Transportation & Logistics.
The featured companies will be recognized at the Cleantech Forum North America Jan. 23-25 in Palm Springs, California.
The Global Cleantech 100 report provides the complete list of companies that were recognized.
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