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InnoEnergy Launches Global Electric Storage Call for Startups

InnoEnergy Launches Global Electric Storage Call for Startups

Date: October 12th 2018

Author: Peter Palčec

Category: En.vision

Topic: Electricity , Renewables , Energy policy

InnoEnergy, the European innovation engine for sustainable energy, has launched a global call for electric storage startups. Fifteen of the most innovative, sustainable energy startups will receive a tailored package of added-value services and a EUR 100,000 cash prize will be awarded to the best one, states a press release from InnoEnergy. The call for startups is open until 30 October 2018.

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To support its work with the European Battery Alliance (EBA), InnoEnergy hopes to attract and support startups with innovative technology or business model concepts focused on electric storage. Of particular interest are electric storage innovations for application in transportation, for grid, distributed and mobile energy storage, or for the delivery of energy efficiency improvements and emission reductions. Successful applicants will receive a place on one of InnoEnergy’s business creation programmes – the Highway™ or Boostway™ – and a tailored package of support, training, services and funding. The Highway™ programme uses a hands-on approach to support early stage startups in the go-to-market phase, helping ready products for commercialisation. The Boostway™ programme supports scale-ups to grow their businesses. 

Successful applicants will gain access to a network of more than 385 partners including specialist business angels, InnoEnergy’s European VC community and public funding bodies. Startups also gain board-level advice and mentorship and a front-row seat at European energy events, including The Business Booster, InnoEnergy’s annual networking event, where companies across the energy value chain attend to meet startups and innovations under one roof, concluded the press release.

More information can be found HERE.





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