EIT InnoEnergy brings people and resources together, catalysing and accelerating the energy transition. New ideas, products and solutions that make a real difference, and new businesses and people to deliver them to market.
Operating at the centre of the energy transition,
we build connections worldwide, bringing together innovators and industry, entrepreneurs and investors, graduates and employers.
We are also spearheading the way to a decarbonised Europe by 2050 through the leadership of three industrial alliances: battery storage, green hydrogen and solar photovoltaics.
Our rich network of more than 1,200 key players from 18 different countries enables us to be a key vehicle to accelerate the energy transition. Together we make up the ingredients needed to bring a constant pipeline of sustainable energy innovation to market and make an impact. Read more in our impact report.
Established in 2010 and supported by the European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT), we have offices and hubs across Europe and in Boston, US.
Our extensive network of partners represent top rank industries, research centres and universities.
Our 180+ portfolio companies are on track to save 1.1G tons of CO2e annually by 2030.
Our 180+ portfolio companies are on track to generate €72.8 billion in revenue by 2030.
We bring together innovators, researchers and industry to create commercially viable technologies that deliver results.
Of the 500 innovations we have supported, we now have 180 companies in our portfolio.
Our innovations are generating growth and this is proved by the external investment they have raised.
We help start-ups and entrepreneurs create businesses that bring valuable products to a global market.
Products launched into the market.
With EIT InnoEnergy’s strategic alliances in sustainable energy, we find allies in our VC Community who can help you succeed.
We offer six unique Master’s programmes in sustainable energy and energy engineering.
We have doubled the number of women in our programmes since its inception ten years ago, with 35% of participants now being women.