European Data Incubator 3rd open call includes opportunities for energy sector stakeholders

European Data Incubator (EDI) is looking for 35 promising big data startups and SMEs to take part in their next round of incubation, including from energy sector stakeholders.

The programme includes tailored mentoring, access to major European corporates, free cloud environment for scalable data processing and equity funding. It will take startups through three intense phases of growth over eight months, from September 2020 – April 2021, with a combination of online sessions and physical meetings in Bilbao and Berlin. The selected applicants can get up to 100k€.equity-free funding.

How does it work?

Participant startups and SMEs will solve a challenge during the incubation programme. This year’s open call allows for 3 types of application tracks:


The deadline to apply by is Wednesday 17 June at 12:00 am CEST.

Several info sessions will be organized in the coming months, including on:

For further details on the call and on how to apply visit the project website at

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