EPRI takes the reins of Incubatenergy, a network of technology incubators and accelerators that supports more than 500 startup companies. Incubatenergy was launched in 2014 through a partnership among EPRI, the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), and the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL). When DOE funding ends this year, EPRI will continue to support the network. (Joules Accelerator is a member of Incubatenergy.) READ MORE
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Eager to tap into the current cleantech innovation scene and to pair promising sustainability startups with major utility providers like Duke Energy, the Joules Accelerator is looking to further execute its mission with a fresh cohort starting in May.
White paper describing how selected international clean energy organizations work to support entrepreneurs around the world and how they are collaborating to help facilitate access to new markets. Joules is a member of the Incubate Energy Network. LEARN MORE (pdf)