BEIRUT – The Water and Energy for Food Grand Challenge (WE4F) Middle East and North Africa Regional Innovation Hub (MENA RIH), primarily funded by the Ministry of
Eight teams join the third and final phase of the Cleanergy Accelerator Program receiving access to $20,000 in matching capital and support to scale their solutions.
Berytech caught up with five of the Cleanergy teams to hear more of their experiences, learnings and triumphs over the last year participating in different startup competitions.
Three projects managed to design their value proposition and validate it, size their market and design their MVP allowing them to be selected to continue receiving support through one of the accelerators: Cleanergy and Agrytech.
Berytech has signed an agreement with the Association of Energy Engineers – Lebanon, with the aim to promote cooperation in the field of energy and sustainability.
Berytech announced that a new 10-member Advisory Board is in place for its ACT Smart Innovation Hub, an important component that will ensure good implementation of the 36-month Dutch-funded initiative.
Berytech is a member of the Global Water Partnership, with the aim to work with other countries towards the equitable, sustainable and efficient management of water resources.
The very first batch of entrepreneurs has completed the validation phase of Berytech’s Cleanergy Accelerator. Twelve teams continue on to the acceleration phase, with a $15,000 grant to build their minimum viable product (MVP) and get traction.
Berytech has enrolled 23 teams in the first batch of the Cleanergy Accelerator Program, innovating in cleantech in Lebanon. Equipped with a grant of $2,000, the teams will go through 2-month of support to validate their ideas and work on building the foundations of their business.