Chrysalix Energy invests in and supports compelling technologies and entrepreneurial management teams that address the changing demands of the global energy industry.
Founded in 2001, we actively work with our clients and support them with deep industry and technical knowledge, management and board assistance, organized networking with industrial and financial partners, management of intellectual property, and direct access to capital.
Investors in the Chrysalix Energy Partnerships include Ballard Power Systems, BASF Venture Capital, BOC, Citigroup, Consensus Business Group, Delta Lloyd, Essent, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation, Lexington Partners, Mitsubishi Corporation, Robeco, Shell Hydrogen, Teachers' Private Capital and West LB Mellon Asset Management.
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Axine Water Technologies has closed a $5.6 million Series A financing round. The Vancouver-based developers of a low-cost, chemical-free solution for treating high concentrations of problematic,... more
Business leaders and innovators had some inspiring words for Vancouver’s clean-tech community at a networking gathering downtown organized by VEF Momentum and Chrysalix on Friday. A looming... more
Are you interested in learning about the future of the cleantech industry in North America? If so, be sure to attend VEF Momentum's upcoming summer event. In conjunction with Chrysalix, VEF... more
Are you interested in learning about the future of the clean-tech industry in North America? What do VC's look for when investing in a clean tech company? These questions and more will be... more
On Thursday night, I was happy to be included in a gathering of the most influential movers and shakers in high-tech in Alberta. Called the A100 after it's namesake, the C100 (a group of Canadian... more
Edmonton-based Alberta Enterprise announced today commitments to two Vancouver based funds: $14 million to Yaletown Ventures II LP, a $103 million clean tech and IT fund; and US $15 million to... more
Every week Techvibes republishes an article from Business in Vancouver. This article was originally published in issue #1072 - May 11 - 17, 2010. It took more than two years, but... more
Last week in the Vancouver Sun, Fiona Anderson reported from the Globe 2010 Conference that Canada is a great place for clean technology. Anderson singled out BC in the West as one of the top... more
Chrysalix Energy announced on Monday that its latest fund has increased to more than US $100 Million with an investment by the Oregon Investment Fund, LLC - an affiliate of Credit Suisse. Chrysalix... more
Last week in Monaco, Vancouver's General Fusion Inc. was recognized by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco with an award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Research at the... more
A panel of notable clean tech experts were on hand at BCTIA’s Clean Tech luncheon, held today at the Sutton Place hotel in downtown Vancouver, explained to a receptive audience what the... more
The Vancouver Enterprise Forum is back on track with their “Technology Legends” theme this month with a fireside chat with local tech legend Michael Brown. Brown has been successfully... more