The New Energy Challenge 2020 calls for European and Israeli start-ups and scale-ups to propose game-changing solutions that will shape the energy system of the future.

“The world’s energy system is going through a complex transition to meet the targets set out in the Paris Agreement. Start-ups and scale-ups have a key role to play in driving this transition”

 

Collaborations between start-ups and industries create the opportunity to fast-track the development and introduction of breakthrough technologies. In order to challenge the status quo and bring innovation forward, the New Energy Challenge calls for European and Israeli start-ups and scale-ups to come forward and propose game-changing solutions that will shape the low-carbon energy infrastructure of the future.

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Winners New Energy Challenge 2020 announced: FinnoExergy Oy from Finland and H2Pro from Israel

Supreme concentration. All your senses are 100% active. So completely active, that your eyes and hands even shake a little. You feel the tension, you can ...

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Register for the New Energy Challenge Finals Broadcast

Want to find out firsthand who wins? Register here and tune in to the New Energy Challenge Finals Broadcast on November 19, at 15.30 UTC +1, when we ...

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Find out all there is to know about our finalists at the Sprout website

Curious about our finalists’ ground breaking new technologies in the field of hydrogen, sustainable chemicals and future fuels? Excited to learn more about ...

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Working with a start-up isn’t a sprint, it’s a marathon. By Lene Hviid, General Manager Shell Gamechanger

By Lene Hviid General Manager Shell GameChanger The New Energy Challenge is one of the programs that I’m involved in as part of my role at Shell that ...

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Shell names German company EcoG ‘Best Scale-up’ in New Energy Challenge 2019

German company EcoG has been named ‘Best Scale-up’ in the fourth edition of the New Energy Challenge, winning the opportunity to further develop a pilot ...

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Shell names NanoSUN from the UK as ‘best start-up’ in New Energy Challenge 2019

NanoSUN from the United Kingdom has been named ‘best start-up’ in the fourth edition of the New Energy Challenge. As the winning start-up the company will ...

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NanoSUN and EcoG named winners of New Energy Challenge 2019

NanoSUN and EcoG have been named the winners of the fourth edition of the New Energy Challenge. The two were chosen by an expert jury from a field of more ...

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The finalists are selected! Meet the 12 most promising new energy start-ups in Europe and Israel

The New Energy Challenge has announced the names of the 12 finalists for its fourth edition.  Earlier this week it was announced that the winner of the ...

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