Sunly & Cleantech ForEst are creating a demo centre to promote sustainable technology at the Port of Power in Pirita, Estonia. The project will be completed this year and the first step is to map the companies in green technology that could be represented in the demo centre.
The purpose of the project is to provide a space where clean-tech start-ups and their products & services can be exhibited and introduced. The demo centre will be a primary contact point for international networks, allowing foreign delegations and organisations to gain an overview of the clean technologies developed by Estonian start-ups.
Creating such demo centre in the energy & clean-tech hub called Port of Power has an advantage of having different key players all under the same roof. Direct contacts and interaction between start-up leaders, entrepreneurs, investors and other stakeholders is a good foundation for successful cooperation projects.
The demo centre is built with the help of KredEx – a governmental foundation that provides different financial solutions. The project is financed by the European Regional Development Fund under the Startup Estonia program.