InnoEnergy to boost energy innovation with new investments

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InnoEnergy has launched its 2017 investment round to discover, support and launch the next revolutionary technologies in energy innovation.

The call is open to proven proven technology concepts from eight thematic fields including renewable energy, energy storage, energy efficiency, and smart electric grid, among others.

By connecting successful applicants with InnoEnergy’s pan-European network of industry experts, businesses and researchers, the round is expected to help European businesses address the challenges faced when commercializing technology, thus shortening the journey from lab to launch.

The call is open from February 1, until April 7, 2017, and InnoEnergy will fund from 20% to 80% of the proposed project budget.

Diego Pavia, CEO at InnoEnergy, said: “Sustainable energy innovation is vital to reduce emissions, slow climate change and provide affordable energy for countries worldwide. The Investment Round will enable us to achieve our objective and support more European businesses to commercialize the next big innovations in sustainable energy.”

InnoEnergy is the innovation engine for sustainable energy across Europe.

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