We are the corporate venture capital company of Eni. We are investing in high-growth start-ups to boost the energy transition to a zero-carbon future.
Our Boston and London offices were opened late 2019. Since then our team focused on the main objectives arising out of the Eni’s Strategy and Eni’s Master Technology Plan.
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Are you ready to share your innovative, disruptive and scalable breakthrough ideas and technologies, and join us in reaching our energy transformation goals?
We are investing in high-growth start-ups with the most disruptive technologies.
Technological change needs collaboration as well as innovation. Meet the start-ups in which we have already invested.
Commonwealth Fusion Systems’ world-class team is working to design and build fusion machines.
Form Energy is developing a new battery to enable a fully renewable, affordable and reliable energy future.
C-Zero’s technology will provide zero-emissions hydrogen to decarbonize a wide range of industries.
Pasqal builds quantum processing units to solve the most complex computational problems.
Thiozen generates low cost and low carbon hydrogen from high volume energy sector waste streams.
sHYp produces green hydrogen from sea water introducing the first electrolyser which works without need of desalination.
M2X Energy is driving flare gas elimination and rethinking how chemicals are made.
e-Zinc’s battery provides long-duration energy storage to enable a decarbonized world powered by renewable energy.
Avanti's aluminum battery is a cost breakthrough that will enable 100% clean electricity grids.
Cool Planet Technologies: advanced carbon capture at market disrupting costs using high performance membrane technology.
BeDimensional produces two-dimensional crystals as super-additives in composites, batteries and lubricants.
EnergyDome decarbonizes the energy sector providing efficient system to store energy using only steel, water and CO₂.
OXCCU use CO₂ and renewable energy to make fuels, chemicals and plastics.
Synhelion produces sustainable fuels from solar energy to decarbonize the transportation sector.