Chooose Raises $15 Million in Funding  

by Kay Aloha Villamor January 16th, 2023

Chooose, an Oslo, Norway-based climate tech company that offers a Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) platform that lets businesses build, manage, and report on “customer-centric climate programs," raised $15 million in funding.

The round was co-led by GenZero and SoundWaves, with participation from existing investors including Shell Ventures and Vinyl Capital, and current investors including Amadeus IT Group and Contrarian VC, among others.

The funds will be used to help Chooose expand its platform to support new business sectors and widen the range of carbon solutions it currently offers, such as verified offsets, carbon removals, and sustainable aviation fuel (SAF).

Chooose also plans to expand its footprint across more markets to support its increasingly international client base.

Andreas Slettvoll, CEO and co-founder of Chooose, says: “We are honoured to have GenZero and SoundWaves lead this funding. Both partners bring new technical competence and resources around climate and company building, and we cannot think of better partners in scaling the Chooose platform and accelerating climate solutions.”

Chooose's clients include Air Canada,, British Airways, Clarksons,, Iberia, SAP Concur, Southwest, Japan Airlines, Freightos, and LATAM Cargo.

Company: Chooose AS

Raised: $15.0M

Round: Unknown 

Funding Month: January 2023

Lead Investors: GenZero and SoundWaves

Additional Investors: Shell Ventures, Vinyl Capital, Amadeus IT Group, and Contrarian VC

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Software Category: Climate Software Solutions

About the Company: Founded in 2017, Chooose is a climate-focused technology company in Oslo, Norway delivering easy and accessible solutions to enable climate action for everyone. The Chooose platform provides tools for integrating climate action into any customer experience – through automated emissions calculations, dynamic sustainability scores, a vetted marketplace of carbon removals and offsets, and climate program reporting. Its mission is to close the multi-gigaton gap between climate intention and climate action.


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