GreenTechHQ Accelerator Programmes are partnered with established organisations offering our clients, start-ups and SMEs the best opportunities available.
Ireland’s National Sustainability Accelerator and Innovation Platform – 2050 Accelerator
GreenTechHQ are delighted to work with DogPatch labs under the new TwentyFifty Ecosystem initiative. Open to Irish and global sustainability focused companies and startups focusing on solving climate challenges, particularly on bringing live technology pilots to life and benefitting from access to Ireland’s national sustainability infrastructure assets, such as wind farms, dairy farms and forestry.
Backed by Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications, the new 2050 Accelerator and Ecosystem connects startups, industry, academia, and national assets to accelerate toward Net Zero
The programme will focus on increasing collaboration across the entire sustainability ecosystem, aiming to create a multiplier effect for all in the national network and create an index of all involved in sustainability innovation in Ireland. GreenTech will be joined by regional hubs Portershed Galway, RDI Hub Kerry and Republic of Work Cork – a truly collaborative collective!
Leading climate acceleration programme open for applications – ClimAccelerator 2023
GreenTechHQ, Ireland’s First Sustainability Innovation Hub with Tangent, Trinity College Dublin and SustainabilityWorks have launched the sixth cycle of the GLOBAL leading climate acceleration programme is now open for submissions via its website circular-accelerator.com. The Built Environment Climaccelerator programme’s aim is to cut carbon emissions in the built environment and construction sector by helping SMEs and start-ups bring their solution to market faster, solving real-world problems. EIT Climate-KIC supports the programme, which is one of the most established and best-connected climate accelerators in the EU, and is delivered in partnership with Tangent, Trinity College Dublin, GreenTechHQ, Ireland’s Sustainability Innovation Hub and SustainabilityWorks.
During the six-month programme, participants can expect to engage with a first-rate network of international partners from the EIT Climate-KIC community, universities and investors to corporate partners who need net-zero solutions, and a network of mentors, fellow entrepreneurs and founder alumni.
The Built Environment ClimAccelerator will provide commercial and strategic support combined with a tailor-made accelerator programme that is climate impact focused. The programme is a combination of workshops, coaching and learning from peers, a proven model that has supported many companies, including Concrete4Change. Since participating in the programme, Concrete4Change, has grown from a “2021 start-up of 2 people with a €10k turnover to 20 people and €4m turnover in 2023“