Climate Impact Capital, the VC firm formed by ex-Shell Technology Ventures president Alexander Rozenfeld, could seek a corporate strategic as one of the fund's LPs.
Alexander Rozenfeld, formerly president of Shell Technology Ventures, the corporate venturing arm of oil and gas company Shell, has formed his own venture capital firm, Xconomy has reported. The firm, named Climate Impact Capital (CIC), plans to make between six and eight investments over its first two years of operations. It will target early-stage companies…
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