Business support projects, accelerators, venture builders, innovation agencies and intermediaries supporting the development and scale-up of cleantech ventures
Foundervine exists to accelerate the growth of entrepreneurs from diverse backgrounds by connecting them to each other and those that can support them. Foundervine help founders gain access to the targeted learning that grows ideas, develops leaders and sustains early stage enterprises.
CC- Clean energy
The Geovation accelerators provide startups up to £20,000 in grant funding, access to data, experienced product development capabilities, geospatial expertise from Ordnance Survey and land and property insight from HM Land Registry, as well as business mentorship and coaching to help prepare for presenting to investors.
65 Goswell Road
Centre for Climate Change Innovation
The Centre for Climate Change Innovation, co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund, aspires to develop a highly networked, inclusive and integrated cleantech ecosystem in London that can stimulate and support the emergence of new businesses.
21 Albemarle St, London W1S 4BS
NatWest Entrepreneur Accelerator
The NatWest Accelerator is a six-month programme helping startups to build their team, venture into new markets or seek further investment. The programme provides support in a range of business areas including access to new markets, attracting talent and building an effective team, access to growth funding, leadership development and developing a scalable infrastructure.
Includes a segment on climate ventures.
Huckletree provides access to a variety of innovation support programmes as well as spaces, themed by industry and sector, for teams to work, collaborate and build their next venture.
Spaces available in Soho, Shoreditch, Westminster and White City (London).
Green infrastructure & biodiversity
Shake Climate Change
SHAKE helps entrepreneurs and start-ups who are combating climate change with science or tech-based ideas in the areas of agriculture and food production. A programme led by Rothamsted Research, Societe Generale UK, UCL, Cranfield University, Hertfordshire University.
Industry-focused programmes supporting early-stage tech founders to rapidly scale their companies by providing direct access to an international network of the most relevant mentors, partners, and investors in their industry.
Start-ups in London Libraries (SiLL)
ERDF co-funded programme to help transform the way ideas grow into successful businesses. Partners ten London boroughs to engage a community of new and existing business owners, through a free business support programme.
Sustainable Accelerator Investment Fund
Empowers the next generation of businesses redefining the way we consume energy, manage waste, clean air, and apply smart resource technology. Invests £50k to £250k into high potential sustainability businesses and the Sustainable Accelerator provides a programme of expert mentorship, brokerage and growth services to the cohort.
Sustainable Innovation (LSBU)
Connects London SMEs with academics and expert consultants to bring new clean tech products and services to market. With the combined £4m resources of two ERDF projects (Access to Innovation and Low Carbon London) beneficiaries are able to access bespoke research and development to remove the barriers to growth.
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