Hub71, Siemens Energy unite to advance CleanTech & ClimateTech in Abu Dhabi

By Shilpa Annie Joseph, Official Reporter
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Abu Dhabi’s global tech ecosystem, Hub71 has signed a partnership with Siemens Energy AG, one of the world’s leading energy technology companies, in order to advance CleanTech and ClimateTech in the emirate.

As part of the collaboration, Hub71 and Siemens Energy will support tech startups in developing innovative technologies that directly address global climate change.

Furthermore, the partnership will support the nation’s ability to drive investments in green infrastructure and clean energy projects both locally and globally.

Badr Al Olama
Badr Al Olama
Acting CEO – Hub71

“Our partnership with Siemens Energy reinforces the importance of energy transition as the world pivots towards more sustainable and renewable energy sources. The powerful combination of technology and entrepreneurship raises our ability to address global challenges and, by capitalizing on the expertise of Siemens Energy, we will focus our efforts to attract leading CleanTech and ClimateTech startups to establish a presence in Hub71 so that we can pool our combined efforts towards reducing emissions and promoting a low carbon economy.”

As part of the agreement, Hub71 and Siemens Energy aim to identify prominent CleanTech and ClimateTech startups to explore investment opportunities that have the potential to accelerate the clean energy transition.

Siemens Energy will also provide select startups with strategic mentorship by participating in knowledge-sharing platforms, building from its expertise in developing sustainable, reliable, and affordable clean energy technologies.

Further, Siemens Energy will explore opportunities to participate in Hub71’s value-driven programs focused on increasing market access and fundraising potential. These programs include Ventures Lab, a venture builder by Hub71, and Modus Capital, which helps exceptional entrepreneurs to build ideas into market-leading businesses.

Ms. Kendra Rauschenberger, General Partner Siemens Energy Ventures, said that, “Accelerating the energy transition requires investment, innovation, and partnership. It is through collaboration with sustainability-focused and forward-looking organizations like Hub71 that we will transition faster.”

“We are excited to work with Hub71 to identify and support start-ups, and to leverage our extensive resources in the fields of innovation, finance, and strategic development, to accelerate the development of tomorrow’s technologies, today,” Ms. Rauschenberger added.

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