SMAP Energy wins Climate-KIC funding
5th July, 2016
SMAP Energy, a Cambridge, UK-based provider of advanced data analytics solutions for energy utilities, proudly announces its acceptance into the Climate-KIC accelerator program.
Focused on early-stage cleantech startups, Climate-KIC offers €20,000 in equity-free funding in addition to personalised coaching, specialised masterclasses, and workspace allotments. An additional €30,000 is also available once program goals are met over the course of the program.
Over 50 startups applied for a seat in the latest intake of Climate-KIC for the London section. SMAP Energy joins the class, bringing the total intake to seven startups.
“We are very proud to gain this recognition. Climate-KIC has an incredibly strong reputation in the field of sustainable technology entrepreneurship, and we consider it a great honor to be working together toward the mission of a smarter, cleaner energy sector,” said SMAP Energy co-founder Paul Monroe.
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Climate-KIC is Europe’s largest public-private innovation partnership focused on climate change, consisting of dynamic companies, the best academic institutions and the public sector. It is one of three Knowledge and Innovation Communities (KICs) created in 2010 by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT).
Climate-KIC supports this mission by addressing climate change mitigation and adaptation through integrated education, entrepreneurship and innovation resulting in the connected, creative transformation of knowledge and ideas into economically viable products or services that help to mitigate climate change.
Climate-KIC’s mission is to bring together, inspire and empower a dynamic community to build a zero carbon economy and climate resilient society. Its vision is to enable Europe to lead the global transformation towards sustainability.