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Shell adds three new companies to startup accelerator programme

The startups are working to further develop and commercialise innovative clean energy technologies.

Start-up launch pad: US

Meet the US start-ups that are disrupting, inspiring and evolving the energy sector.

Estonia drone startup raises funding to advance powerline inspection

Hepta Airborne has raised €2 million in funding to advance its drone-based inspection and analysis offerings.

EIT InnoEnergy drives energy innovation with COVID-19 response initiative

Up to 24 of Europe’s most game-changing start-ups are benefiting from the funding to maintain existing operations or capitalise on emerging opportunities.
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Multi-million initiative launches to support cleantech maritime start-ups

To help the maritime industry reduce carbon emissions, technology firms can receive a boost from a new multi-million maritime tech scale-up initiative.
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New DoE initiative to support energy technology incubators

The United States Department of Energy has announced up to $1 million in funding to support energy technology incubators.
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Iberdrola launches wind technology start-up challenge

Iberdrola has launched a new Startup Challenge in search of innovative and competitive solutions that will help improve monitoring systems on wind farms.
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Sweden blazes path for sustainable energy start-ups amidst COVID-19

EIT InnoEnergy has partnered with Skellefteå Kraft, a municipality-owned power company in Skellefeå, Sweden, to launch the Accelerate Skellefteå Project.
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New alliance targets startups for global decarbonisation and energy reform

RMI and Emerald Technology Ventures to accelerate decarbonisation and the global energy transformation.

‘Don’t sit on your hands’ – Enlit Europe’s Initiate interview with 98 sparks

Co-founder of start-up portfolio investment company 98 sparks Gijs de Bruijn, spoke to Enlit Eu-rope’s Director Paddy Young, and Sietske Jacobs, Initiate Global Director, offering vital insights into the energy market for start-ups, advice on surviving current speculation, and where opportunity lies for investors in a post-pandemic, renewables-powered economy.