Infrastructure-as-a-Service: a lever to encourage the growth of shared soft mobility?
An article published as part of Duckt’s participation to the Sustainable Mobility Forum by Hub Institute. Duckt develops micro-mobility solutions for cities. Created with the aim of rising to the challenges posed by charging, transport and safety in new methods of urban travel (scooters and electric bikes in particular),… Read More
InnoEnergy launches the PowerUp! Challenge elevating innovative companies to the next level
The PowerUp! Challenge is an opportunity for entities from Central-Eastern Europe to become the next unicorn in the InnoEnergy portfolio. The programme is open to entrepreneurs at all stages of development. It doesn’t matter if you only have an idea, looking for your next customer or planning market expansion. The… Read More
InnoEnergy invests in Wheelme startup
InnoEnergy, has recently invested in a Polish startup called Wheelme, which aggregates the services of shared mobility services on a single map.The Wheelme app is meant to be a tool which shows people that you don’t need to own a car to get to your destination quickly and comfortably. The startup wants to actively promote forms of urban transport which reduce exhaust fumes, resource consumption and noise levels. 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