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Call description


Call description

Repsol Corporate Venturing and Mass Clean Energy Center are selecting cleantech startups for a Mentoring Session to advice them on fund raising and business strategy.

Selected startups will have the opportunity to:

  • Pitch to Repsol Corporate Venturing to be considered for potential funding

  • Receive feedback from industry experts and investors


November 18th:

1pm: Pitch to Repsol Corporate Venturing (8min+Q&A)

2pm: Round Table and office hours. Advice from Mentors (scroll down to see the mentors).

3pm: Networking (30min)

Location: MassCEC - 63 Franklin St, Boston, MA - 3rd floor

Applications by November 1.

Repsol is an international energy company committed to innovation and technology. Two years ago, Repsol Corporate Venturing launched a €85M fund. Repsol provides startups with not only the capital required to continue to prove out and de-risk their business concept, but also the opportunity to prove their technology and/or business model in Repsol’s world-class assets. Early stage and Series A focus. Average investment amount 1,5-2M€, minority stakes.

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Application Criteria

Application Criteria


Startups and projects will be evaluated under the following selection criteria: 


Unaddressed global challenge.

Scientific or technological evidences.

Passionate and committed entrepreneurial team.


Scalable business model.

Sectors: Circular economy, Advanced materials, Energy transition, Digitalisation and mobility, Operational Efficiency in the energy and chemical industry.

Technology maturity, performing first commercial pilots



Application: Nov 1st

Startups selected to participate: Nov 7th

Mentoring and Pitching session: Nov 18th



  • Circular economy: Recycling and reuse of waste and reduction of greenhouse gas emissions in the energy and chemical industry, technologies for plastic-to-fuel/plastic conversions and to produce biofuels

  • Advance materials: Technologies to obtain or use materials of greater added value or higher performance in the chemical and energy industry, construction, home or transport

  • Energy Transition: New or improved technologies for energy storage, fast electric charge technologies, new technologies and business models in the field of distributed electricity generation and electricity self-consumption

  • Digitalisation and mobility: New business models associated with transport electrification, new technologies or business models associated to the connected car and the autonomous car

  • Efficiency in operations in the energy and chemical industry: reliability and maintenance of industrial plants (automation of operations, sensorization, predictive maintenance, artificial intelligence, etc)

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