Almi Invest GreenTech Fund is a pioneer in climate tech venture capital and is backing Swedish startups that significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The Fund was set up in 2016, with the European structural Fund, Swedish Energy Agency and state-owned funding company Almi as LPs. It has 65 million euros under management, has done 34 investments and two successful IPO’s. The Fund covers areas such as energy, transport, industry, new materials, circularity, agriculture and forestry. By scaling new technology into commercialisation, industrialisation and internationalisation the impact of investments becomes extensive and long-term. The Fund is well positioned with strong networks and domain competence. This session will give a presentation of the Fund, its creation, portfolio companies and experiences of venture capital investments in innovative companies that drive the green transition forward on the journey to net zero.


  • Boris Gyllhamn
  • Dag Agnvall
  • Patrik Möller
  • Martin Svensson

About the Organiser

The Swedish Energy Agency is a government agency responsible for matters of the supply and use of energy in Sweden. The Agency is in many aspects leading Sweden’s transition to a sustainable energy system. The Agency is a major national public funder and facilitator of Swedish sustaintech companies. We support businesses with funding and knowledge throughout their entire growth journey, from basic research to commercialisation and internationalisation. Our mission is to promote Swedish energy innovations, in the effort to meet Sweden’s energy and climate goals and to help combat global climate change.