Clean Tech

 

Climate has an enormous impact on our industry, lives, and planet. Therefore it’s no surprise the CleanTech landscape is changing urgently and extremely fast. The challenges are myriad, but in essence, CleanTech is about increasing productivity while decreasing cost, energy use, pollution and general impact on the environment. We know how challenging operating a CleanTech startup can be. Profits are under pressure, costs need to go down constantly and growth is a must to keep up with the trend. With corporate partners as Eneco and Shell, YES!Delft is perfectly suited to find launching customers for your products & services, and with international partners like Climate KIC and KIC InnoEnergy, YES!Delft is also able to go across borders. Furthermore, we have a close collaboration with Greenvillage (TU Delft) and the Sustainable Energy Technology master at TU Delft.

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Join the Energy Transition – Shell New Energy Challenge 2019

To support the transition to a low-carbon future, Shell, Rockstart, YES!Delft and Get in the Ring launched the fouurth edition of their signature startup challenge. The New Energy Challenge is designed for European and Israeli startups and scale-ups to tackle the future of energy. Are you ready for a challenge? Deadline for applications is 24th […]

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UNIIQ invests in Qlayers

Congratulations to YES!Delft startup QLayers! At the Metropoolregio Rotterdam Den Haag-event 2018, it was announced that investment fund UNIIQ will support the further development of QLayer’s coating print head to the tune of € 300,000. QLayer’s print head, the Slash100, enables fully the automated and controlled application of paint to large, industrial surfaces, while minimizing […]

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Startup Story: Solar Monkey

The sun is perhaps one of the most consistent and environmentally-friendly sources of energy we have – and with non-renewable energy resources set to decline eventually, it is now the time to embrace technology and make the most out of solar power. Jan Pieter Versluijs and Mels van Hoolwerff had a similar idea, too, when […]

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