Smart Energy Network has a strategy to develop a set of International Co-Partners.
If You want to become a partner please contact: Ragnvald Nærø.
The goal of the ISEA is to position Israel as one of the leading countries in the Smart Energy domain; both in terms of developing local innovative industry, as well as local adoption and deployment of Smart Energy solutions.
New Energy Nexus is a global network of clean energy incubators and accelerators. We facilitate collaboration and innovation between startups, accelerators, and industry around the world.
Currently New Energy Nexus connects 75 incubators and accelerators from 29 different countries around the world.
New Energy Nexus is founded and managed by the California Clean Energy Fund, a non-profit organization dedicated to supporting clean energy startups headquartered in Oakland California. New Energy Nexus has additional offices in Shanghai and Singapore.
CleantechAlps is a gateway to clean technology in Western Switzerland, and aim to promote the region as a European center of excellence for clean technologies in order to encourage the development of its companies and research organizations. The organization’s ambition is further to encompass all technologies, industries and services which help to protect and conserve natural resources.
Urban Future Lab is the center of cleantech innovation in New York. UFL is leading the way to a more sustainable world by connecting people, capital, and purpose to advance market-ready solutions in order to address climate change.
UFL´s programs include ACRE, a business incubation program for pre-seed to series A startups, PowerBridgeNY, a proof-of-concept center commercializing research from local universities, and Clean Start.
The UFL is part of the NYU Tandon School of Engineering and is located in Downtown Brooklyn.