A Delaware based greentech startup company, Carbon Reform, was recently selected for a prestigious accelerator program. The StartOut Growth Lab started in 2017 with five participating businesses. Since then, the program has helped 56 early-stage companies raise more than $756 million in funding.
The founders of Carbon Reform, Jo Norris and Nick Martin, made their pitch to StartOut in June. They are one of 10 companies accepted into the program.
Carbon Reform, based in Newark Delaware, is a manufacturer of modular carbon capture devices for commercial building ventilation systems that improve indoor air quality for occupants, create energy savings for building owners, and directly capture and permanently sequesters tons of CO2 annually.
“In partnership with our co-sponsor, J.P. Morgan, we are thrilled to kick-off Cohort 10 with this impressive group of innovators,” said Andres Wydler, Executive Director, StartOut. “The companies who have graduated from the Growth Lab continue to have a substantial impact on their communities. We can’t wait to help accelerate the growth of this next group of passionate entrepreneurs!”
Learn more about Carbon Reform at www.carbonreform.com.