NORWAY-BASED climate tech company Chooose has announced a US$15 million funding round co-led by GenZero and Soundwaves.
Existing investors including Shell Ventures and Vinyl Capital also participated in the round, said Chooose and the two companies that co-led the round on Friday (Jan 13).
GenZero is a decarbonisation-focused investment company wholly owned by Temasek. Soundwaves is a sustainability-focused investment vehicle co-founded by American actor Ashton Kutcher and Israeli-American talent manager Guy Oseary.
Other current investors in Chooose include Amadeus IT Group and Contrarian VC.
Chooose intends to use the fresh funding to expand its Software-as-a-Service platform that enables its enterprise users to build, manage, and report on customer-centric climate programmes.
Platform offerings include standard integrations, automated CO2 emission calculations, and connected marketplaces of carbon solutions.