SMAP Energy is proud to announce its selection into the EDF Blue Lab 2017 Innovation Challenge.
Startups were selected on the criteria that their ideas could make the greatest difference to EDF customers. The program runs over 12 weeks, and at the end all of the short-listed innovations have the opportunity for future commercial relationships, joint working, or investment. Furthermore, selected startups get access to a host of benefits and discounts – like access to the AWS Activate program – to help support their progress.
“We are tremendously excited to be participating in this program and see many different areas where we can help support EDF in bringing new innovations to market. The Blue Lab Innovation Challenge is a great pathway to both developing that vision and making the conversations that need to happen to accomplish it possible,” said SMAP Energy co-founder Paul Monroe.