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Accelerating Our Journey to a Clean Energy Future

At the close of COP27 last year, there were five crucial takeaways that charted the course for collective climate action, a defining challenge of our generation. These conclusions ranged from establishing a groundbreaking fund for loss and damage, a vital step in supporting countries battered by climate catastrophes, to setting a firm course towards maintaining […]

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Answering the call: Accelerating a new cohort of clean energy innovators

Climate Change: A Universal Call to Action Of the many findings coming out of COP27 in Egypt last November, one stood out above the rest: We are way behind on greenhouse gas reductions. According to the UN’s Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change, emissions need to fall 43% by 2030. Climate change is one of humanity’s […]

Transforming, Innovating, and Accelerating the Energy Transition

The energy industry is undergoing a massive evolution, much of which is driven by three distinct challenges: ensuring energy security, providing affordable energy, and moving to a cleaner and more sustainable energy future. The United States Energy Information Administration (EIA) estimates that energy demand will increase by 50% over the next 30 years, while just […]

Accelerating Innovation for a Clean Energy Future

Advancing Clean Energy Technology Development Pathways at Scale with the Clean Energy Accelerator 3.0

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced the launch and call for applications for the Clean Energy Accelerator 3.0, a high-pace, non-equity dilutive accelerator designed to facilitate partnerships with mature startups developing breakthrough clean energy technologies. The opening of the Clean Energy Accelerator was announced by Kara Hurst, Vice President of Worldwide Sustainability at Amazon, during […]

Accelerating Innovation for a Clean Energy Future

Accelerating innovation for a clean energy future: Startups for the AWS Clean Energy Accelerator 2.0 announced

While climate change is the defining issue of our generation, we don’t yet have all of the technological solutions that we need to address this impending crisis. Without a major acceleration in new clean energy technology innovation, net-zero emissions targets are not achievable. The technologies available today support less than 40 percent of the CO2 […]