Adaptricity was one of 15 startups to make it into the Free Electrons' Global Energy Program . More than 500 startups from 65 different countries applied for the program. Nine major energy and grid companies from all over the world (e.g. Australia, Dubai, Portugal, USA) made the selection.
After Adaptricity had already convinced the pre-selection, they subsequently also prevailed during the one-week boot camp in Lisbon with innovative solutions for a secure and cost-efficient distribution grid of the future.
International workshops in Sydney, Berlin and Silicon Valley will now follow in the coming months. The aim of the event is to establish innovative project agreements with grid operators.
Free Electrons is the first global accelerator program of its kind for start-ups from the energy industry.