NZ cleantech companies plan $400m in capital raises by March 2025

NZ cleantech companies plan $400m in capital raises by March 2025
Entrepreneurs Jerome Leveneur and Christina Houlihan of startup Bspkl, which is exhibiting at the Beehive as part of the Techweek programme. (Image: Bspkl)
Greg Hurrell
New Zealand “cleantech” companies have plans for $400 million worth of capital raises in the year to March 2025, according to a new survey.The actual figure for the sector could be considerably higher, given the total above comes from 44 of the 65 companies that responded to the survey, out of 130 contacted by the Cleantech Mission. All the companies contacted are developing some type of advanced technology.The survey found NZ could be a world leader in cleantech if there were a few key changes to policy settings.The resulting NZ Cl...

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