Only 27 European companies were included in the latest Global Cleantech 100, a comprehensive list of private companies with the highest potential today to make a significant market impact within a 5-10-year timeframe.
“We have the science and ingenuity to solve most of the issues and there is the investment capital, in both private and public markets, to propel a three-decade transformation, to net zero,” commented Richard Youngman, CEO, Cleantech Group. “The 2022 Global Cleantech 100 companies show this in spades.”
Among these, one company is from the Central and Eastern European region: Deepsea, a Greek provider of an AI-based software platform for monitoring and optimising shipping.
Harnessing the latest in deep learning technology, Deepsea makes vessels truly understandable for the first time and empower shipping companies to rapidly become more sustainable and reduce their CO2 emissions.
“We are dedicated to creating world-leading systems that help to tangibly improve the industry – whether that’s by reducing emissions, or giving you peace of mind on a daily basis,” as Roberto Coustas, Co-Founder and CEO described the company.