Ecofuel unveils its 10th cohort
Montreal, October 16th, 2019 – Ecofuel, a venture capital fund and specialized and personalized accelerator in the cleantech sector, announces the four companies of the Ecofuel Accelerator Fall 2019 Cohort. Selected amongst many applicants, they’re the participants of the tenth cohort of the Ecofuel Accelerator, which will continue until January 2020.
Over the next three months, the entrepreneurs and executive teams from Calogy Solutions, Chrysalabs, Axipolymer and Pyrocycle will experience an acceleration program tailored to their needs, which was already a success factor for many companies in the past five years. They will receive mentorship and advice from about forty mentors who are references in the cleantech sector, business, global markets and entrepreneurship.
- • Calogy Solutions: Innovative thermal management for Li-ion batteries in electric transportation applications. – calogysolutions.com
• Chrysalabs : Reliable real-time soil data. – chrysalabs.com
• Axipolymer : GrinLoop™, technology allowing new recyclable high oxygen barrier packaging applications. – axipolymer.com
• Pyrocycle : Novel thermochemical process to recycle end-of-life electronic waste. – www.pyrocycle.com
On top of the companies taking part in our tenth cohort, a new initiation cohort takes place this Fall and will consist of three companies : Nesting Safe, Aeronyx and Dispersa.
Ecofuel is a $40M venture capital fund and a specialized and personalized accelerator dedicated to the cleantech startups. Ecofuel, powered by Cycle Capital, works with entrepreneurs to help build globally competitive companies. Ecofuel Fund invests smart money in seed stage startups that develop and commercializes clean technologies while the Ecofuel Accelerator offers entrepreneurs a specialized and personalized program of training workshops, networking sessions, an experienced mentor ecosystem.
In addition to the funding provided by the Government of Quebec, the Ecofuel Accelerator, founded by Cycle Capital, benefits from the collaboration of Transition énergétique Québec, Fonds Vert, Écotech Québec and Innovacorp.