GreenTech are delighted to work with DogPatch labs on the 2050 Accelerator and Eco System. 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.
The accelerator programme gives top Irish and international startups the opportunity to work with companies leading Ireland’s transition to Net Zero. Together they work towards practical pilot projects that will help them to rapidly scale their impact. Startups have unprecedented access to Ireland’s national sustainability infrastructure assets, including dairy farms, wind farms and forestry.
Ireland’s superpower is its size and connectedness. While the 2050 ecosystem will leverage that connectedness, bringing the wider sustainability ecosystem together, giving participants the opportunity to collaborate on climate focused initiatives. Through workshops, roundtables, and an annual forum, we’ve created a platform for people to learn, uncover synergies, and foster new innovations.
Our 2050 industry partners of Kerry Group, ESB and Coillte provide opportunities for funding, access to expertise, routes to market and access to national assets that can help startups move the needle on climate.
Backed by Department of the Environment, Climate and Communications, the 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 is joined by regional hubs Portershed Galway, RDI Hub Kerry and Republic of Work Cork – a truly collaborative collective!
Ed Muprhy, GreenTech CEO “Our focus at GreenTechs has been to provide a hub in the South East which can facilitate an organic space for start-ups, scale ups and established companies to develop green solutions that will help protect our environment and support a sustainable future for generations to come. We welcome the TwentyFifty Ecosystem initiative, to be a regional hub and look forward to seeing the positive environmental solutions develop across the programme ”.