The California Sustainable Energy Entrepreneur Development Initiative (CalSEED) is a funding and professional development program for innovators and entrepreneurs working to bring early-stage clean energy concepts to market.
A 15-week program that delivers powerful, cleantech-specific training in business modeling, customer discovery, manufacturing and sustainability planning, prototyping, financing, customer delivery, branding, and more to entrepreneurs and early-stage startups in the Pacific Northwest.
We’re launching the Google for Startups Accelerator focused on sustainable development goals. Geared toward social impact startups working to create a healthier and more sustainable future, the accelerator provides access to training, products and technical support. Startup founders will work with Google engineers and receive mentoring from over 20 teams at Google, as well as outside experts and local mentors.
Twice a year, fifteen early stage biology companies move to downtown San Francisco to take part in an intense four month program and turn science into a real product people pay for to solve difficult problems that will impact 1B+ members of humanity.
We offer a combination of business, technical and financing support services that leverage the Illinois region's robust corporate and research assets, and drive the continual economic growth of the energy innovation ecosystem.
Techstars Energy Accelerator in partnership with Statoil is a three-month intensive startup accelerator for those who work on disruptive solutions within oil and gas, new business models, digitalisation and renewables.
The Urban Future Lab (UFL) is New York City's hub for smart cities, smart grid and clean energy. Currently developing an accelerator for carbontech in partnership with Greentown Labs, Fraunhofer Techbridge, and NYSERDA.