Green tech 2.0 ClusterXchange programme continues in Lithuania

As an international consortium, we do encourage clusters from Europe to collaborate across regions and sectors and introduce the soft-landing landscape in various countries.

5/29/20231 min read

This time our project partners from Tech-Park Kaunas welcomed Radium Energy Sp. z o. o. startup founder, designing nuclear batteries for small electronics and the CEO of Kymi Solar, transforming the solar energy flow for more efficient usage. These participants of the cluster exchange programme were interested in B2B contacts and possible collaboration options.

The guests visited Tech-Park Kaunas and its partners in startup ecosystem. One of them, Lithuanian Energy Institute (LEI) is the energy-related research, development, and innovation (R&D&I) competence centre. The Institute’s experts introduced the latest research on green energy applications for urban purposes.

Elinta Robotics company invited visitors to discover the industrial needs for sustainable products and services. The company’s startup Elinta Charge is living on this mission to make electronics smart. The representatives emphasised, that durability is the key principle guiding the company in developing future-proofed EV charging solutions.

The visit was a great chance for the participants to discuss the scaling within Europe. Kongsberg NanoAvionics welcomed the founders in their labs and analyzed the hardware challenges and adaptability to space tech. Kaunas regional energy agency and AB “Kauno energija”, a district heating company highlighted the market demands which come with the interest in sustainable energy.

Innovation community members Energy Advice were also a part of this journey. The team develops a tech solution for making the companies more energy efficient. Later we continued the tour in the software powerhouse Telesoftas premises and found out how to apply the newest trends and interactive solutions to make the products and services more user-friendly. The founder of Telesoftas Algirdas Stonys shared an in-depth story about the business's growth and expansion.

This extensive experience was a great opportunity for startups to discover the green tech landscape in Lithuania. This Baltic country has been promoting and investing in green technologies to achieve sustainability goals and reduce environmental impact.