- Kansas-based engineering and construction business Black & Veatch is gearing up for yet another session of its IgniteX Accelerator, this time on the lookout for startups “on the cutting edge of local weather technologies” that are striving for decarbonization, in accordance to a press launch.
- The IgniteX Local climate Tech Accelerator method is 12 months extended and presents startups funding and support, according to the launch. The window for programs opened on Sept. 29, and the deadline is Nov. 3.
- Launched in 2019, the IgniteX Accelerator software pairs Black & Veatch with selected startups and provides them opportunities for mentorship, co-growth of technological innovation, entry to the company’s network of subject make any difference experts, go-to-industry aid, investor introductions and up to $50,000 in fairness funding, according to the release.
The software aims to foster up-and-coming systems that address local weather change, Black & Veatch