AllOn/NCIC Embryo Incubation Program 2022 for Renewable Energy Startups in Nigeria

The AllOn/NCIC renewable energy grant 2022 is now accepting applications from renewable energy startups.

The Nigeria Climate Innovation Center is hosting a 6-month incubation program (NCIC).

The Rockefeller Foundation financed All On Hub, which was funded by All On and off-grid Energy Impact Investment Firm via its technical support facility.

The program is designed to provide the participants with the skills and ability they need to influence and grow their initiatives from concept to successful full-fledged businesses.

Overview

Climate change has sparked a worldwide push to shift energy usage away from filthy and polluting fossil fuels and toward cleaner, more sustainable renewable sources.

This has prompted an ecosystem of climate-smart innovators, entrepreneurs, and green companies to create and implement alternative energy solutions in their own localities.

This story isn’t too unlike Nigeria’s energy crisis, where just around 60% of the country’s population has access to power, according to a USAID assessment.

To that end, Allon (through the Rockefeller Foundation), Enterprise Development Center (EDC), and Nigeria Climate Innovation Center (NCIC) have collaborated to create the “Embryo Incubation Program (EIP),” an incubation program aimed at identifying eligible early-stage businesses or startups in Nigeria’s renewable energy (RE) space.

AllOn/NCIC Renewable Energy Grant

Type: Entrepreneurs

Organization: Nigeria Climate Innovation Center (NCIC)

Country to study

School to study

Course to study: Not specified

State of Origin

Gender: Men and Women

Deadline for application: March 4, 2022

AllOn/NCIC Renewable Energy Grant | Aims and Benefits

There will be a real demo day at the conclusion of the EIP, which will involve a pitch session and a panel of judges, where 8 enterprises will be chosen and granted a $10,000 equity-free grant each.

Requirement for the AllOn/NCIC Renewable Energy Grant

Open to early-stage companies or startups in Nigeria’s renewable energy (RE) sector.

Women-led renewable energy companies are particularly encouraged to apply.

Deadline for application: March 2022

How to  Apply for the AllOn/NCIC Renewable Energy Grant

Are you both interested and qualified? To apply, go to reg.smetoolkit.ng and type in Nigeria Climate Innovation Center (NCIC).

Click here for more information.

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