Deadline: January 1, 2021 00:00 (CET)| Apply here
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Eligibility: Ambitious teams that are eager to learn, work hard, and expand fast within the U.S.; Companies with a working product and significant IP that are ready scale in partnership with large organizations; Companies that received investments of at least $500,000; A product that has already been tested and validated in the market.
Location: Hartford, the United States
Energy Efficiency Challenge 2021
Heating ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) systems maintain thermal comfort and air quality at offices, businesses, and homes.
Due to the worldwide surge in consumption, energy conservation has become a critical issue. In the U.S. alone, HVAC systems account for over 30% of the electricity consumed by households.
An Upward Enterprise Partner is looking for advanced technologies that minimize energy consumption and help the environment
Innovation in sensors and data collection, efficient cooling systems, energy storing, and harnessing different renewable energy sources could be solutions for energy efficiency in HVAC.
Ready to move the energy industry upward?
After understanding the challenges of our enterprise and civic partners, we custom-match the most mature industry innovations in an immersive pilot experience.
Upward’s signature pilot programs are designed to accelerate commercialization of startup technologies, stimulate local job growth, and dually engage the public and private sectors on the path to measurable growth for each city.
What’s in for you?
- Direct connections to an industry-leading partner
- Pilot your technology in a highly targeted setting
- Commercialization opportunities
- Living accommodations for up to 3 months
- 24/7 access to co-working space
- Reseller relationship with Upward
Interested in applying for the Energy Efficiency Challenge 2021? Register your participation by following the registration link and taking the suggested steps.