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.
This Energy Digital brief takes a look at the launch of the Shell GameChanger Accelerator (GCxN), noting the partnership between Shell and NREL.
In this GreenTech Media piece, the publication highlights Shell and the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL)’s effort to advance the global clean energy transition through an accelerator program focused on technologies enabling the grid of the future through long-term energy storage and controls.
In this writeup, Energy Storage Networks discusses the launch of Shell and NREL’s new energy storage and distribution incubator, GCxN. The piece touches on Shell’s history of supporting entrepreneurship, GCxN’s Channel Partners and how GCxN will leverage the success of another industry partnership between NREL and Wells Fargo, the Wells Fargo Innovation Incubator (IN2).
This Greentown Labs weekly brief highlights how the Shell GameChanger™ Accelerator will enable emerging companies in the clean energy space as well as how Shell has been steadily growing its presence in the cleantech sector.
With a focus on technologies enabling “the grid of the future” through long-term energy storage and controls, this BizWest piece details how the Shell GameChanger™ Accelerator aims to leverage resources available through Shell and NREL to de-risk emerging technologies and accelerate their path to market.
Shell and NREL announce a new multimillion dollar, multiyear program to discover and advance emerging clean energy technologies. Known as the Shell GameChanger™ Accelerator Powered by the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) (GCxN), the accelerator will focus on technologies enabling the grid of the future through long-term energy storage and controls.