What is the program about?
green:field - Vattenfall’s open innovation platform - supports later stage startups, scale-ups,and innovative companies to jointly implement and grow their technologies and businesses in the energy sector. In the collaboration program, top fit partners will do a joint pilot with one of the largest European energy providers and have the chance to roll out their solutions and services on a wider scale across Vattenfall.
This year green:field is looking for collaboration partners in six different areas that are:
Technologies and solutions to build solar energy plants on water (lakes, rivers, sea). Example solutions are floating islands, mooring systems, floating solar panels.
Solutions that help private households to manage their heating devices and adapt heating to their preferences while saving energy costs. Technology can include sensors, data analytics & IoT or market ready smart thermostats.
Looking for software solutions that control the production of hydrogen from wind energy and water depending on factors such as demand, market prices & storage costs.
Seeking solutions to increase the efficiency of oil used in the gearbox of off-shore wind turbines. Solutions could include measurement of quality, reconditioning of oil, new sustainable long-lasting oils as well as how to replace the oil.
Looking for ways to have remote presence via robotics to inspect and conduct basic operations and maintenance in Offshore wind turbines. Technology should include vision, sensors, and robotics.
Tools to calculate the CO2 footprint of meetings /conferences (going from office meetings to large conferences), help to track improvements and facilitate shared transport to and from the meetings between participants.
Collaboration partners will not only receive pilot funding but directly work with BUs accessing know-how about customers, infrastructure as well as support throughout the process by the green:field & Pioneers team. Selected companies will be offered a joint proof-o -concept of ~4 months to:
● Project costs covered by Vattenfall.
● Access to required infrastructure / data and internal experts.
How to get into a pilot?
To apply for the program you need to fill out a short application. After the application, the business units of Vattenfall will evaluate all startups and select best fits for remote pitches where more questions can be answered.The best teams from the remote pitches will be invited to the final selection day in Stockholm where Business Units will select the piloting teams after extensive collaboration discussions.
Three easy steps to a Pilot
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