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Launch of Cleantech for Nordics

We are proud to announce that Cleantech for Nordics was launched at Cleantech Capital Day in Oslo on October 25th!

Cleantech for Nordics is a coalition of investors and others seeking to closely engage with policymakers to ensure that the Nordic region becomes a global hotbed for cleantech innovation, jobs and economic growth. […]

11th Nordic Cleantech Open

137 applicants – WOW!

The applicant’s companies of the 11th Edition of the Nordic Cleantech Open represent not only the very best from the Nordic and Baltic Cleantech Startup scene, they also represent a wide variety of solutions to problems using an equally wide variety of technologies. This year 137 companies have applied, coming from 8 countries […]

New podcast: Innovations with Impact. Bintel

How can data help us manage our waste more efficiently and help us reduce emissions? The first episode on the Innovations with Impact from Impact Cafe will answer this questions thanks to Michael Wictor, CEO of Bintel, a new solution that aims to increase recycling rate and household waste reduction. Click and listen!


By Aziliz Le Rouzo | March 22nd, 2022

2021 sees remarkable growth in cleantech investments.

With a total of 6.46 Billion € invested in Nordic and Baltic cleantech startups, this year marks a transformation for the cleantech ecosystem. This trend is in line with a booming European venture landscape as […]


By Aziliz Le Rouzo | March 8th, 2022 In the midst of a global climate crisis, where and to whom capital is allocated is key in determining whether we can reach our climate goals. The lack of female representation – at the level of investors, venture capital funds, and companies – constitutes a […]

Impact Cafe Podcast with Vida Rozite

Our new Impact Cafe episode is an in-depth conversation about innovation, digital technologies, energy efficiency and climate change with Vida Rozite, Energy Policy Analyst at International Energy Agency. The path to Net Zero will have to include new technologies to advance, not only in energy generation but also efficiency at all scales: individual, building, city and country. However, the deployment […]

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