Energy Startup Voucher
Do you have an idea that could help the energy transition? Are you interested in creating a startup based on your idea? Or, do you have a startup and need support to grow?
The Energy Startup Voucher offers students and recent graduates up to €2.500 to support the growth of startups working on the energy transition.
Eligible recipients include:
· Entrepreneurs with an innovative idea, that intend to start a business based on the idea
· Students or PhD researchers at TU Delft, or recent graduates of TU Delft who have graduated no more than six months prior to submitting an application
· Download the Energy Startup Voucher Conditions to view all eligibility criteria
Steps to apply:
· Step 1: Download and complete the Energy Startup Application Form.
· Step 2: Email the completed Energy Startup Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
· Step 3: Your proposal will be sent to two reviewers who will evaluate your application and determine the outcome.
· Step 4: You will be notified of the decision in 2-3 weeks.
Tips for your application:
· Clearly define the challenge your business is trying to solve and explain how it contributes to the energy transition.
· Ideas and startups with a high likelihood of feasibility will be more likely to be awarded a voucher.
· Ideas and startups which are novel, and which have a promising business model will be more likely to be awarded a voucher.
· Startup vouchers can only be granted once.
The Energy Startup Voucher program is a collaboration between the Delft Energy Initiative, the TU Delft Valorization Centre, Delft Enterprises and Delft Stichting Techno-Impuls.
Delft Energy Initiative
The Delft Energy Initiative is the portal to energy research, education and innovation at TU Delft. This initiative serves as a catalyst for collaboration and debate between scientists and students and between TU Delft and businesses, government agencies and politicians. Read more about the Delft Energy Initiative.
Delft Enterprises invests in spin-outs of Delft University of Technology. It offers advice and funding for students and employees of the university who want to start a company. Read more about Delft Enterprises.
Interested in additional support for your startup?
TU Delft offers a wide-range of support for emerging entrepreneurs. Consider some of the following platforms and resource: