Cleantech Innovations NE will deploy nearly $1,000,000 of funded services throughout the region in the form of awards for promising cleantech ventures.  To see if your company or project can compete for these awards click on a link in the table below:

NameDescriptionOpen DateClose DateAwardees
MIT Clean Energy Prize 2012, Supplemental AwardCleantech Innovations NE is offering up to $20,000 per team to two semi-finalists in this annual MIT sponsored competition.Mar 2012Apr 2012Dynamo Micropower, Solid Energy
CTSI Utility Challenge 2012, Supplemental AwardCTSI Utility Challenge is an annual event that pairs interesting new technologies with utility partners for mentoring and proof of concept activity. Two $20,000 awards are offeredMay 2012June 2012Altaeros Technologies
Cleantech Open Northeast Award SupplementCleantech Open is an annual nation-wide business accelerator program. Cleantech Innovations NE is offering $30,000 in total supplemental awards for Northeast region semi-finalists July 2012October 2012Energy Intelligence
Winner of WinnersThis competition offers $100,000 in total awards to companies and projects that have previously been selected as finalists in competitions or been awarded federal or state grant funding. Only companies that achieved this status through April 30th 2012 are eligibleJuly 30, 2012August 30, 2012Visolis, Black Island Wind Turbines
EPA Water Challenge with InnovateMass Cleantech Innovations New England is adding additional service awards of up to $130,000 to the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center’s (MassCEC) $1M InnovateMass demonstration program. Cleantech Innovations New England worked closely with the US Environmental Protection Agency to identify a pressing regional water challenge that may be addressed with innovative and commercially viable solutions. This challenge seeks technologies that offer long-term, resilient, and market-based solutions to the problem of nutrient pollution caused by insufficient wastewater treatment in coastal areas. November 27, 2012January 18, 2013