The Incubatenergy Network is a consortium of clean energy-focused incubators and accelerators working to accelerate the transition to a sustainable economy through the multilateral coordination of resources, supporting entrepreneurs focused on clean energy innovation and deployment. The Incubatenergy Network has supported more than 500 companies to date and has a significant pipeline, particularly in sourcing startup applicants to the IEL program.
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Funding & Revenue
More than $1 billion in funding and $330million in revenue.
Mentors & Stakeholders
More than 500 mentors and strong connections with industry.
Nearly 3,000 direct jobs, with over 500,000 clean energy jobs in the Midwest.
Around a 10% acceptance rate for companies indicates a highly selectve group.
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Incubatenergy® Labs 2024 Pitch Day - Live at Electrification 2024!
The 2024 Incubatenergy Labs 2024 Pitch Days will be held at the Electrification 2024 event in Savannah, GA. Our cohort will feature startups pitching their technologies for an opportunity to run a 16-week rapid demonstration project with one or more of our member utility providers. You may register for Electrification here: https://www.electrification2024.com/
Incubatenergy® Labs 2024 Cohort-Kickoff June 2024!
Incubatenergy® Labs 2024 projects will begin in June 2024. Successful applicants will work with EPRI and participating utility providers to scope and execute a paid, pilot research and demonstration project. To find out more information, please visit our site at: https://labs.incubatenergy.org/
EPRI’s Electrification 2024 International Conference and Expo returns next March 12-14, 2024, this time on the waterfront in beautiful Savannah, Georgia. On the theme of accelerating together for an electrified future, Electrification 2024 will again put you on the cutting edge of what’s new and what’s changed across the fields of electrification and decarbonization. Tracks cover all aspects, from electric cars, heavy trucks and buses, and low-carbon fuels; to greener buildings; industrial conversions; people and communities; the defense sector; impacts on the grid; and controlled-environment agriculture. Attend just one event that covers all these segments — designed for utilities, manufacturers, policymakers, academics, and community members. Register today and get ready to explore in depth how together we’ll meet deep decarbonization targets, and achieve a clean energy transition that’s focused on serving our customers.