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Cleantech Camp looks for new projects to promote clean energy, energy transition and sustainable mobility

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The fourth edition of the program is looking for projects that promote energy efficiency, low-carbon economy and smarter and more sustainable cities. The 15 selected projects will follow a training program in Barcelona, Madrid and Porto aimed at the growth and acceleration of their business.

InnoEnergy, Naturgy, Enagas, Barcelona Activa and CEiiA have opened this month a new edition of Cleantech Camp, a training program aimed at business ideas or companies in the initial phase, in the clean energy sector. The promoters of the program seek to receive ideas for a selection of a maximum of 15 projects, which are preferably focused on promoting energy efficiency, the low-carbon economy as well as smarter and more sustainable cities.


Cleantech Camp looks for digital projects with an industrial vocation aimed at energy efficiency and that promotes the energy transition, distributed generation empowering the consumer, whose application is developed from new technologies such as blockchain, the use of big data and artificial intelligence. There are new topics this year, such as biogas, biomethane, hydrogen and Smart Factory, in addition to other topics already associated with the program such as energy efficiency, sustainable mobility, smart grids, smart & sustainable cities or renewable energies.


The selected projects will follow a training program in Barcelona, Madrid and Porto for several weeks, with the participation of ESADE as a training partner and will combine training sessions, specialized workshops for the development of projects or networking meetings, led by different experts. In addition, the projects will have access to Barcelona Activa, InnovaLab de Naturgy, Engás FAB and Enagás Venture Center in Madrid and the CEiiA facilities in Porto.


Read more on EIT InnoEnergy website.