Startup program

Clean Energy Program 2024

In this Clean Energy program European startups and scaleups are matched with corporate partners to explore business opportunities and strategic partnerships. The program also offers exposure to the investors in the network of DeepTech Alliance. Application deadline February 29, 2024.

In numbers

Our most recent Clean Energy program in numbers:

23
Startups
25
Corporates
71
Investors
26
Expected collaborations
About

About the Clean Energy program

In this eight-week program, running from April to June 2024, we match European startups with corporate partners internationally. The program is light enough to allow participants to focus on their own business development during the process. The Kick-off event and the concluding Summit are physical events, allowing for participants to connect with peers and other program participants, while other activities are managed online.

A top-ranked program feature is the matchmaking opportunities arranged during the program, with 1-to-1 meetings based on participants’ offerings and interests.

The program also provides one online sessions per week on relevant topics, such as pricing and B2B Sales conversion. Participation in these is optional, and sessions are recorded to allow for catching up on relevant sessions afterwards.

In the eight-week program startups get:

  • Handheld matchmaking with corporate partners across Europe.
  • Investor pitch and matchmaking with preferred investors.
  • Workshops with experts that will help you understand, approach, and engage with corporates.
  • Peer-to-peer network with best-in-class startups from all over Europe
  • Physical kick-off event in Eindhoven, The Netherlands on April 16-17, 2024.
  • Concluding Summit in Barcelona, Spain on June 19, 2024 (optional dinner on June 18 for early arrivals).

Startup/scale-up participants requirements

  • Technology company registered in a European Country (including non-EU countries like the UK, Norway, Switzerland, Ukraine, etc.)
  • Ready to engage with big industrial clients (min. TRL 4 ready for TRL 5 validation)
  • Program participation fee €1.000. The participation fee covers all program content including lunches and networking dinners during the events.
  • Participants are to cover travel to/from and lodging related to kick-off event and concluding Summit.
Corporate partners in the Clean Energy program 2024
equinor ventures
Orsted
HOFOR
IHI
repsol

Who is the program for?

The Clean Energy program is for:

Startups and scaleups working with technological solutions to an industrial problem within Energy storage, Batteries & LAES, Power-to-X & Hydrogen, Carbon Capture & Storage, Bio fuel, Geothermal, Ocean (Tidal & Wave), Solar, Wind, Bioenergy, Energy optimization, Advanced materials for energy optimization or similar.

Corporates or utility companies within the energy sector or corporates for whom green transition is a strategic priority and who believe in the potential of exploring innovation and business opportunities in collaboration with startups and scaleups.

Investors investing in deep tech solutions within Clean Energy.

Video

Clean Energy Summit 2022

DeepTech Alliance Clean Energy Summit in Milan 23-24 May

Statements from previous program participants

“We have been participating in a large number of accelerators, start up programs and competitions during the last 10 years. Deep Tech Alliance offers something different by making real introductions to corporates that saves a lot of time and creates real business value to all parties.”

— Anders Jansson
Head of Business Development, CorPower Ocean (SE)
Statements from previous program participants

“Participate! Definitely worth the time and effort.”

— Johan Ranstam
Board member, Echandia, (SE)
Statements from previous program participants

“The DeepTech Alliance program is a great way of getting connected to large corporations, which are typically difficult to reach, but also investors as well as other startups. In addition, the program offers a wide range of high-quality lectures on important topics that every start-up needs to understand to start doing business with such corporations.”

— Matija Gatalo
Co-founder & Managing Director CEO, ReCatalyst, (ESP)
Statements from previous program participants

“The number of relevant contacts gained has definitely exceeded our expectations, so it’s now up to ourselves to keep them cooking and hopefully make some deals to get our unique energy storage capacitor system into the market.”

— Morten Ratje
CEO, MacroCaps, (DK)

DeepTech Alliance corporate partner panel on open innovation

“The program has given us valuable insights on how to fuel our company into international business opportunities. The introduction to business partners has opened business opportunities all over Europe for us!”

— Kristian Hovet
CEO at Tunable (Norway)

Thomas Klem Andersen

Program Manager
DeepTech Alliance
Elektrovej 331, 2800 Kgs. Lyngby,
Denmark.
Application

Apply by February 29, 2024

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