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About the company

Type
Company

Members type
seeker
investor

Headquarters
Portales Nte, 03300 Ciudad de México, CDMX, Mexico

Company size
50

Founders
Luis Aguirre, Jorge Aguirre, Rafael Carmona

Founded
2008


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Website
greenmomentum.com

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GreenMomentum SAPI de CV


Cleantech market intelligence and innovation firm. We are the top green business accelerator in Latin America.

GreenMomentum is a cleantech market intelligence and innovation company. We strive to promote the development, financing and implementation in clean technology in Mexico. A key objective is to assist federal and state governments in their efforts to further develop a more competitive renewable energy industry, and a more efficient sustainable economy. This is achieved through specialized services as those provided in the Energy Sustainability Fund by the Ministry of Energy, and the definition of demonstrative low-emissions programs. These programs seek the implementation and integration of clean technologies, executed at times in collaboration with international development agencies or with private organizations. Through our subsidiaries Cleantech Challenge Mexico (CTCM) and P39, GreenMomentum seeks to promote the development of disruptive technology, as well as government-assisted pilot programs to demonstrate the feasibility of clean technologies. Through CTCM, every year GreenMomentum works with more than a 150 Mexican cleantech startup companies and more than 500 entrepreneurs. This collaboration provides capacity building focused on promoting technological innovation and talent development, both as part of an international open acceleration program. Complementary to CTCM, P39 Cleantech Centre focuses on the integration of disruptive components and implementation models for existing technologies. It also fosters the development of transformative technological solutions to climate change. For this purpose, P39 requires the creation of strategic international partnerships, such as The Solar Impulse Foundation, as a source of demonstrative projects and potential solutions to previously identified industry-wide problems.