Network of industrial companies, investors, real estate companies and cities; connecting to 1 400+ clean technology companies from the Nordics and Baltics.
Cleantech Scandinavia runs a network connecting international investors, industrial companies, venture funds, real estate companies, cities and the public sector. The network is a unique opportunity to discover new possibilities via connecting with each other and the 1 400+ cleantech companies we have scouted and worked with since 2007.
Our aim is to help both the cleantech companies to succeed via exposure to investors and customers, and to help our network to find great companies to invest in and/or work with. We also provide business intelligence and key dealflow figures to show how the Nordic cleantech scene is developing.
Our members come from various industries, venture capital funds, regional development agencies and service areas. They all have one common interest – see new innovations, which build business cases benefitting both the economy and environment.
Our members include Dow Chemicals, SABIC Ventures, Solvay, Tetra Pak, IKEA Greentech, KAUST Innovation Fund, Idinvest Partners, Conduit Ventures and many more. We look forward to doing business with you! If you want to hear more about what we do, please contact Magnus Agerström, Managing Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
PLUG&PAY on EV
Helps EV [Electric Vehicles] drivers who face the rejection with EV parking in the city.
Builddie Energy Management System
An AI and Sensor-based technology to communicate and manage building systems
Heliac Solar Thermal
Lenses & systems producing high-temperature solar-generated heat in utilities-scale at costs below natural gas anywhere.
Low Energy Data Storage System
Swiss Vault designs and builds data storage systems that reduce energy consumption and space utilization and decrease the carbon footprint for data.
Prototype in lab
Teraloop flywheel EV charging
Energy storage for ultra-fast EV charging and micro-grid retrofitting
Absolicon T160 Production Line
Robotic mass-production of solar concentrator solutions