Equinor & Techstars Energy Accelerator
Applications for this year’s program are now open and run until 30 November 2022.
The program will be a physical cohort taking place in March to June 2023 at their Fornebu office in Oslo, Norway.
What is the Equinor & Techstars Energy Accelerator?
The Equinor & Techstars Energy Accelerator is a 13-week global, mentorship-driven program for founders who are shaping and serving the energy sector.
The program is an opportunity for startups to accelerate their development with collaborative support from Equinor, Capgemini and Techstars, with access to over 100 mentors and subject-matter experts from all around the world.
Equinor/Techstar is looking for world-leading startups from around the world that are developing cutting-edge technology and working on solutions that can help them drive the energy transition.
The five focus areas for this year's program:
- Clean Energy Resources & Solutions
- Low Carbon Technologies & Carbon Products
- Optimize Oil and Gas for a Lower Carbon Footprint
- Digital Enablers: Data, Cyber, Digital Twin, AI Technologies
- Wildcards & Disruptors
Cluster members in Techstars Energy Accelerator
Fieldmade (2019), Dimeq (2021) and Korall Engineering (2022) are three of the very few companies that previously has been selected among hundreds of applicants from all around the world to participate in the prestigious accelerator program.
They are all active members of GCE Ocean Technology.
Korall Engineering chosen to partake in Equinor & Techstar’s worldwide Energy Accelerator Program
Korall Engineering, a member of the GCE Ocean Technology cluster, is one of the very few companies selected among hundreds of applicants from all arou ...
Dimeq Enters Prestigious Techstars Programme
Dimeq, a start-up company and a member of GCE Ocean Technology, has been selected as one of ten start-up companies among hundreds of applicants from 4 ...
Fieldmade Selected to Join Prestigious Programme
Fieldmade, a start-up company in our cluster, has been selected as one of ten companies among hundreds of applicants across the world to partake in th ...