Scale for ClimateTech Info Session 2


Join Scale For ClimateTech (S4C) the go-to manufacturing resource for climate tech innovators, for an info session to learn all about the program and the application process for the 2023-2024 cohort!

Scale For ClimateTech (S4C) provides immersive training on manufacturing for climate tech hardware innovators, along with a team dedicated to making manufacturing easier — from mentors, experts in the field and product and packaging designers, to manufacturers, suppliers, and investors. S4C aims to scale-up the manufacturing and delivery of innovative climatetech hardware products and solutions to the New York State market in support of New York’s Climate Act goals and to foster and promote climatetech hardware design, engineering, manufacturing, and supply chain development in New York State.

Scale For ClimateTech is funded by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and administered by two organizations — SecondMuse in NYC and NextCorps in Rochester, New York.

Applications to join Scale for ClimateTech's 2023-2024 cohort are now open to innovators globally. Top applicants heading towards commercialization in key climate sectors, including transportation, buildings, grid, and industry, will be invited to take part in the cohort. Each company receives access to dedicated mentors, entry into the New York State hardware ecosystem, Manufacturing Readiness Level (MRL) assessments from industry experts, a deeper understanding of GHG metrics and impact in their target market, customized roadmap development, and introductions to strategic partnerships, investors, and founder-friendly contract manufacturers to commercialize technology in New York State and beyond.

Join us on November 21st, 3:00 - 4:00 pm Eastern Time (US and Canada) to learn about the program and application process, hear from alumni on their experiencs, and ask any questions you may have.

This will be a virtual event. Please register to receive the Zoom information.


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Date & Time

Nov. 21, 2023, 3 p.m. - Nov. 21, 2023, 4 p.m.



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