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These 10 Estonian cleantech startups are going global

Updated: Jul 29, 2019


The world's largest green business ideas competition ClimateLaunchpad had its kick off in Estonia. The two-day business boot camp brought together 10 inspiring startups in cleantech field, from 3D wood printing to herb infusion textile and drones.


The mission of ClimateLaunchpad is to address climate change through innovation and invention. ClimateLaunchpad is run by a central team, located in the Netherlands, which is supported by national teams who organise the competition in 51 locations world-wide including even Nigeria, Australia, Kenya, India, Azerbaijan, Brazil and many more. This year around 1200 teams with idea applied.

Read more about ClimateLaunchpad program in Estonis HERE.


Every country will select their TOP 3 best teams who will all fly together to Edinburgh 1st-2nd of November 2018 to the Grand Final. Besides money awards, 10 teams are selected to 6-month Climate-KIC business accelerator with up to € 95 000 equity free funding.

Be part of selecting the top 3 Estonian cleantech startups and come to the ClimateLaunchpad Estonian Final 15th of August in the Club of Different Rooms in Telliskivi.


Join the Estonian Final event HERE.

Estonian 10 innovative start-ups that are participating to reach the ClimateLaunchpad Grand Final are:


3cular

Eco-innovative 3D printing that gives wood waste a new value. 3cular is reinventing 3D printing in a sustainable way, enabling manufacturers to produce any kind of wooden objects out of leftover wood material, increasing resource productivity and reducing the use of plastics as the most popular 3D printing material.



Vertical farming

They rent vertical farming stack system to farmers who can sell these products throughout their distribution chan