Go To-U, one of our 2017 start-ups is gaining traction

We love it when our start-ups are successful. Imagine our joy when we had a quick chat with Lyubov Artemenko, co-founder and COO at 2017 participant Go To-U about recent business developments. It appears they had a very productive first quarter. “We are now the biggest free to use mobile platform connecting drivers of electric… Read more »

Press release: Largest Global Green Business Ideas Competition kicks off 2018 edition

Amsterdam, January 29th, 2018 – ClimateLaunchpad is the world’s leading green business ideas competition. It is set up to help aspiring entrepreneurs grow their green ideas into global businesses. The competition is now open for applications. ClimateLaunchpad welcomes innovations in renewable energy, energy efficiency, food and agriculture, water, transportation, industrial technology or any other way to… Read more »

Press release: World’s largest green start-up competition announces Global Grand Final winners 2017

Limassol, 19 October 2017 – Start-up Bio Alkanol Gel from Kenya won ClimateLaunchpad’s fourth edition. Their business idea is based on their technology to obtain liquid fuel from waste materials. Second prize goes to MeduSOIL from Switzerland; they developed microbe cement. Vienna Textile Lab from Austria came in third with their scalable process to colour… Read more »

Press Release: Smart energy start-up Sympower raises €1M

ClimateLaunchpad 2015 finalist ready for further international scale-up September 25th, 2017 – Former ClimateLaunchpad Finalist Sympower raised €1M from Enfuro Ventures and Angel Investors. Smart energy start-up Sympower offers a cloud-based aggregation platform that provides cost-effective reserve services to the electricity grid. The raised capital will fund its global scale-up. Reducing CO2 emissions Balancing the… Read more »

Top Green Tech Trends in 2017

At the start of the year, the Consumer Electronic Show (CES) presented a handful of innovative and sustainable green technologies that are set to make a change in today’s world. In fact, the annual tech conference takes pride in its own initiatives to make CES greener every year. Despite some politicians’ anti-green stance, clean energy… Read more »

Press release: Green business ideas competition gains global impact

Over 750 promising sustainability ideas to battle in the 4th edition of ClimateLaunchpad February 15, 2017 – ClimateLaunchpad kicks off the fourth edition of its successful green business idea competition in Amsterdam, welcoming Serbia, Azerbaijan, France and Germany as new participating countries. With interest from Argentina, India, Kenya and Australia, ClimateLaunchpad is no longer a… Read more »

Al Gore, the Summer Solstice, and Going Global

Our first newsletter of 2016 went out on June 21. If you aren’t a subscriber, here’s what you missed: Al Gore on sustainable business and climate optimism; the announcement of the first three national finalists, a bit of solstice love, and more. We’re Going Global Global impact starts at ClimateLaunchpad People and organizations from all… Read more »

Press release: Winners European Final ClimateLaunchpad 2015 announced

Winners announced for ClimateLaunchpad, Europe’s largest competition for the next generation cleantech entrepreneurs ClimateLaunchpad has just announced the winners of Europe’s largest start-up competition with primary focus on solving climate change. Amsterdam, September 4th 2015 – DesertControl from Norway has been announced as the winner of this year’s ClimateLaunchpad competition, winning €10,000 and a place in… Read more »

Press release: Meet Europe’s next generation cleantech entrepreneurs

• 82 cleantech start-ups shortlisted from a list of more than 700 across Europe are set to compete for funding and the chance to enter the Climate-KIC accelerator • ClimateLaunchpad, Europe’s largest business ideas competition, creates the stage to unlock Europe’s cleantech potential and accelerate innovations that address climate change • Start-ups from 28 European… Read more »

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