Mission Innovation’s Clean Energy Materials Innovation Challenge is holding an experts’ workshop 11–14 September 2017 in Mexico City. Hosted by the Mexican Ministry of Energy (SENER), the invitation-only workshop of more than 50 preeminent scientists from around the world represents a critical early step in achieving the Innovation Challenge’s ultimate goal of accelerating the exploration, … Continue reading Mexico to Host Clean Energy Materials Innovation Challenge Workshop in Sept 2017
At the 2017 Cleantech Forum, Assistant Deputy Minister of Innovation and Energy Technology, Frank Des Rosiers, Natural Resources Canada, highlighted private sector engagement as an important aspect of the Mission Innovation (MI) initiative. The Forum, which took place January 22–26 in San Francisco, brought together some of the world’s most influential leaders in clean technology, … Continue reading Canadian Official Discusses Public–Private Collaboration during Mission Innovation Panel at Cleantech Forum
Investments Focused in Mission Innovation Countries December 12, 2016 Today, the Breakthrough Energy Coalition (BEC)—a group of entrepreneurs, business leaders, and institutional investors committed to help bring promising new zero-emissions energy technologies to market—has announced a commitment to invest more than US$ 1 billion in a fund called Breakthrough Energy Ventures (BEV). BEC was launched … Continue reading Breakthrough Energy Coalition Launches US$ 1 Billion Clean Energy Fund
Ministers Welcome New Members, Announce Technology Innovation Challenges PRESS RELEASE | Download the Press Release Marrakesh, Morocco (November 14, 2016) – Mission Innovation countries came together today here at the UN climate change conference, otherwise known as COP22, to report on developments one year on from its launch. Finland and the Netherlands were welcomed as the … Continue reading Mission Innovation Ministers Gather at COP22 for Public Event
At the inaugural Mission Innovation (MI) Ministerial, ministers from all Mission Innovation partners released their respective governments’ plans to double clean energy research and development funding over five years. Ministers also welcomed the European Commission on behalf of the European Union as the 21st partner.