Category: Northeast

Cleantech Open Northeast Accelerator Program Announces Top Cleantech and Energy Startups of 2017

Posted by Gina Bellato on

Four companies, focusing on information and communications technologies, chemicals and advanced materials, and water and waste, receive $10,000 each, plus additional in-kind prizes

New York City -- October 6, 2017 -- Cleantech Open Northeast, the Northeast division of Cleantech Open, the world’s largest cleantech accelerator, announced its 2017 regional winners:, change:WATER Labs, CoolComposites, Joro, and P2S Technologies. Each of these companies will receive $10,000 in cash plus  additional in-kind services and will go on to represent the Northeast at the...

Continue Reading
  • By Gina Bellato on in Northeast

Cleantech Open’s East Coast Academy Held at Federal Reserve Bank of Boston

Posted by Ian Donnelly on

Boston, Massachusetts - July 6, 2017:

After the crowd grabbed coffee and found their tables with respective mentors, the National East Coast Academy was ready to begin. The room was filled with 48 startups from across the country with the majority from the Northeast but with representatives from the Southeast, Midwest, and Rocky Mountain and South Central branches of Cleantech Open.

As Kathryn Elmes, Director of Cleantech Open Northeast, took the stand, the crowd fell quiet to listen to her opening remarks. “Welcome to East Coast Academy and thank you all so...

Continue Reading
  • By Ian Donnelly on in Northeast

Cleantech Open Northeast Welcomes 2017 Cohort

Posted by Gina Bellato on


Accelerator yields 77 applications from water, efficiency, and energy generation startups and announces a class of 31 participants from Massachusetts, New York, and Pennsylvania.

Boston, MA -- June 13, 2017 -- Cleantech Open Northeast, the Northeast region of the world’s oldest and largest cleantech accelerator program, announces its participants in the annual accelerator program which culminates in a business competition.

The 2017 Cleantech Open Northeast class includes 31 companies developing clean technologies related to energy, agriculture, water, waste...

Continue Reading
  • By Gina Bellato on in Northeast