This article from Scientific American details why climate concerns are forcing massive oil corporations to look beyond fossil fuels. The piece examines how Shell is leading the way, evolving beyond oil and gas, and how several other companies are diversifying their businesses, from biofuels to electric vehicles.
In this piece from BetaKit, the author reveals that Toronto-based e-Zn is the only Candian company selected by the Shell GameChanger cleantech accelerator. Nominated by MaRS Discovery District, e-Zn was one of four companies to be chosen after a competitive process.
This Energy Manager article highlights how portfolio company e-Zn was selected for the Shell GameChanger Accelerator. e-Zn develops energy storage systems to replace costlier diesel generators and is one of only four startups that will participate in this first round.
This piece from Energy Storage Networks delves into the Shell GameChanger Accelerator Powered by NREL (GCxN)’s first round of startup companies, their innovative technologies, how each company is selected for the program and the assistance they are set to receive.
This article from Energy Digital touches on the first round of cleantech startups chosen for Shell and NREL’s GameChanger Accelerator program, GCxN. The piece mentions each company and their innovative technology as well as detailing the selection process and funding details of the program.
Inaugural Shell GameChanger™ Accelerator cohort is announced. Companies selected in the first round are Antora Energy, e-Zn, Electrical Grid Monitoring Ltd. and Feasible, Inc. Each participating startup will receive up to $250,000 in non-dilutive funding to aid in development and demonstration of its technology.
As Shell accelerates its transition into new energies, the company has become one of the best examples of how oil and gas titans are diversifying asset portfolios and investing billions in clean energy. In this Q&A, GreenTech Media sits down with Brian Davis, Shell’s vice president of energy solutions, to discuss the way ahead for Shell New Energies.
In this roundup from GreenBiz, nine corporate venture funds shaping clean energy innovation are highlighted. In addition to the eight other notable corporate venture organizations, the piece provides background information on the Shell GameChanger program and the accelerator program’s initial focus.
This Denver Business Journal feature sees the outlet delve into Shell and NREL’s partnership surrounding an “electrical grid, battery startup accelerator.” The DBJ piece touches on the number of companies the program plans to add, Shell’s GameChanger program, the support participating companies will receive and more.
In this article, Clean Technica discusses Shell and NREL’s multimillion dollar, multiyear clean technology accelerator, Shell GameChanger, or GCxN, why GCxN is different from other accelerator or incubator programs and how, by involving itself with NREL, Shell makes a strong statement about its decision to transition to renewable energies.