MIT Clean Energy Entrepreneurship Prize

The MIT Clean Energy Entrepreneurship Prize of $200,000 is being announced, kicking off a program to help develop and motivate the next generation of energy entrepreneurs. This nationwide competition is sponsored by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, NSTAR Electric & Gas Corporation and the United States Department of Energy (US DOE).

Funding for the award is provided by NSTAR and US DOE. This expanded competition and more significant pool of prize money is designed to accelerate the pace of bringing innovation to market. Entrepreneurial teams of all backgrounds and experience levels are being encouraged to participate, as the competition is open to both student and non-student teams that meet eligibility requirements.

Additional information about the MIT Clean Energy Entrepreneurship Prize and competition is available at

No comments:

Science, Technology, Business, Development, Innovation, Business Plans, Entrepreneurship, Social Responsibility, Open Source, Software, DIY, Citizen Science, Research, University, Laboratory, Startups, Spin-offs, Society, High Tech, Appropriate Technology, Inventors, Scientists, Technologists, Health, Global Change, Poverty, Third World, Design, Green, Physics, Mathematics, Biology, Chemistry, Medicine, BoP, Communities, Networks, Jam, Creative Commons, Wiki, Hacking, Labs, Public Domain, Pro Poor, Sustainability, Renovable Energy, Research, Nature, Peer to Peer, Books, Teaching, Web 2.0, On Line Learning, Lemelson RAMP, Google Summer of Code, Google Code In, Google Science Fair, Intel Challenge, BIOMOD, OLPC, iGEM, IDDS, Microtelcos, Wireless, Create the Future Design Contest, Moonbots, Knowledge, Entrepreneurs, Open Access, Inventions, Incubators, Projects, Engineering, Engineers, Women, Policy, Popular Science, Astronomy, Agriculture, Water, Climate Change, REE, Hacker Spaces, Open Innovation, Yachachiq, BiD Network, Technoserve, Peru, MOOC, Crowdfunding, Startup Chile, Startup Peru, Instructables, NASA, FabLab, FoodLab, GSoC, GCI