Climate Tech

10 promising climate change startups in the new EnergyLab accelerator program

- July 28, 2022 3 MIN READ

Ten Australian startups have been chosen for EnergyLab’s 2022 Climate Solutions Accelerator, banking $750,000 between then to focus on tackling climate change. The six month EnergyLab accelerator provides climate tech startups with an initial pre-seed investment as well as coaching, industry partnerships and assistance in raising further capital for their global ambitions. EnergyLab’s CEO Megan… Read more »

Climate Tech

EnergyLab teams up with global clean energy accelerator to take climate tech startups offshore

- June 21, 2022 2 MIN READ

Local largest climate tech startup accelerator EnergyLab has signed a partnership deal with New Energy Nexus (NEX) to help Australian startups expand into overseas markets. The deal will see EnergyLabs embrace international startups keen to expand into the Australian market, as well as giving local ventures access to offshore customers, capital, and resources in regions such… Read more »

Accelerator

Here are the 6 startups tackling climate change in EnergyLab’s new accelerator

- August 17, 2021 2 MIN READ

EnergyLab’s new Climate Solutions Accelerator has chosen six startups for its six-month program. The companies have also received a combined $500,000 in pre-seed investment. Three of the six are Sydney-based, with two from Brisbane and another from California. Three of the startups have a female CEO. The startups involved are: Circle Harvest, which is creating… Read more »

Neara
Global tech

TransGrid and Endeavour Energy are backing EnergyLab’s new global scaleup program

- June 15, 2021 3 MIN READ

Nine late-stage energy startups have been chosen for the second cohort of EnergyLab’s Scaleup Program including Australian ‘digital twins’ tech venture Neara. TransGrid and Endeavour Energy are partnering with the program, which kicks off later this month, allowing the startups to collaborate with the utilities, investors and founders. The two power utilities operate across NSW… Read more »