[hcs-d] Idea Hackathon: $25k Non-Dilutive Funding for Greentech companies

Harnek Gulati gulatiharnek at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 13:17:04 EDT 2018

Hi Harvard CS people,

Just wanted to forward along this along to any aspiring entrepreneurs here.
Get up to $25k and more with literally just an idea. It took me like 5
minutes to apply.


Schneider Electric
and Greentown Labs <https://www.greentownlabs.com/> are launching the
‘Greentown Labs Bold Ideas Challenge’ program, a cleantech focused
incubation program aimed at supporting entrepreneurs with solutions and
ideas that can disrupt the world of energy management and automation. Learn
more HERE <http://bit.ly/GTLBoldIdeas>.

The GREENTOWN LABS BOLD IDEAS CHALLENGE program will engage innovators from
around the world who have novel ideas for new products, technologies,
processes and business models that can transform the way humans use
energy.  Our major themes:


   Digital Energy Transition & New Energy Landscape

   Industrial Efficiency & Energy Management

   Energy in Buildings and Homes

Selected Greentown Labs Bold Ideas Challenge awardee(s) are eligible for
the following awards, including:

(1) $25,000 in non dilutive grant funding

(2) Desk space at the Greentown Labs Global Center for Cleantech Innovation

(3) Acceptance into Greentown Launch, a 6-month acceleration program for
startups at Greentown Labs

(4) Exclusive access to the Greentown Labs and Schneider Electric networks

(5) Partnership and/or investment from Schneider Electric by end of program

Please help to circulate this program to your network and if you have an
idea you want to build upon that could be a fit for the program, please APPLY
HERE. Applications close on July 20th. S
the word! - http://bit.ly/GTLBoldIdeas.


*Harnek Gulati*
*Occupation:* Founder of MakerFleet
*Education: *Harvard University Computer Science Graduate
*w*: ilikebuildingthings.com and makerfleet.com
*e*: gulati.harnek at gmail.com
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