Want to learn more about DOE lab technologies?
The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) Office of Technology Transitions' (OTT) Energy I-Corps program relies on a variety of resources and tools to deliver a comprehensive training program for DOE laboratory researchers, accelerate the deployment of energy technologies, and prepare teams for success after graduation.
OTT's Energy I-Corps offers links to tools, training, and opportunities for entrepreneurs and program alumni, as well as lists program documents.
Tools and Training for Entrepreneurs
Opportunities for Program Alumni
- Allied Minds - Focuses on venture creation within the life science and technology sectors and forms, funds, and operates a portfolio of companies to generate long-term value for its investors and stakeholders
- CleanTech Open - Provides entrepreneurs and corporate innovators the resources they need to launch and grow successful cleantech businesses
- Energy Foundry - Invests venture capital in today's most promising energy innovators, and we work with the world's leading energy companies to build and scale new ventures
- Evergreen Climate Innovations - Fuels innovation to create a healthier environment and more prosperous future
- Incubatenergy Network - Accelerates the transition to a sustainable economy through national coordination of incubator resources supporting entrepreneurs focused on clean energy innovation and deployment
- IP Group - Evolves great ideas into world-changing businesses. We achieve this by systematically helping to create, build and support outstanding intellectual property-based companies
- Lab-Embedded Entrepreneurship Program (LEEP) - Takes top entrepreneurial scientists and engineers and embeds them within U.S. national laboratories to perform early-stage research and development (R&D) that may lead to the launch of energy or manufacturing businesses in the future
- National Science Foundation Innovation Corps - Prepares scientists and engineers to extend their focus beyond the university laboratory, and accelerates the economic and societal benefits of NSF-funded, basic-research projects that are ready to move toward commercialization
- NextEnergy - Accelerate advanced energy, mobility and built environment technologies to enable smarter and more sustainable cities