The best start-up in the CEE region has been named! Danubia NanoTech wins the 2019 PowerUp! Grand Final.
The results from the fifth edition of InnoEnergy’s PowerUp! competition – which saw participation from over 300 start-ups from 24 countries across Central and Eastern Europe – have now been announced. Danubia NanoTech from Slovakia was named the overall winner by the judges following a close battle with its rivals… Read More
Meter data quality assurance as-a-service for Utilities and Energy
InnoEnergy and ConnectPoint agreed to cooperate closely on the development of ConnectPoint’s Smartvee, the solution for meter data quality assurance. Additionally, InnoEnergy decided to provide financial support to develop and promote Smartvee on the European market. The investment and various network of contacts allows Smartvee to accelerate its growth and… Read More
Registration for PowerUp! has closed: we’re now ready to announce who has made it to the next stage of the competition!
Almost 300 start-ups from 24 countries across the CEE region will take part in the fifth edition of PowerUp!… Read More
InnoEnergy supports next generation drone technology by Hepta
Hepta Airborne has developed the next generation electricity infrastructure inspection technology, which assesses the state of poles, lines, insulators, transformers and other equipment in the most costful and complex locations. The solution is based on next generation drone technology and data processing platforms that provide technical analysis of collected data. Read More
InnoEnergy’s supported start-up EasySolar expands into United States
The “US Landing” programme intends to smooth the entry in the US through a 3-month stay at one of InnoEnergy’s partner energy accelerators, members of Incubatenergy, a network of 14 clean energy focused accelerators across the US. Within the programme, start-ups have the access to services such as introductions to… Read More
Zubax Robotics announced as PowerUp! competition winner
Zubax Robotics presented its solution alongside 15 start-ups – selected from the winners of the country finals – at the grand final held in Prague. The competition was judged by a jury made up of corporate partners such as MOL Group, Rafako and EnerjiSA. Zubax Robotics was awarded a €30k… Read More