Energy Open Innovation Challenge

Energy Open Innovation Challenge

Energy Open Innovation Challenge

Application deadline: 6th November 2020


Are you ready to take on a challenge by using the best technology and a unique approach? Energy Open Innovation Challenge has a mission of boosting innovation in the global energy industry. Maximize the opportunity and apply!

About the challenge:

The Energy Open Innovation Challenge (EOIC) is now open for applications with personalised mentorship opportunities and up to S$1 million of grant funding support for product development and 4 x S$25,000 in Startup SG grant prizes to be won!

Organised by Enterprise Singapore, this challenge is run in close association with four energy companies Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil Singapore and Shell, government agencies and innovators.

Enterprise Singapore (ESG), in association with energy company partners, government agencies, and innovators, is launching the Energy Open Innovation Challenge with the mission of boosting innovation in the global energy industry.

We are calling for local and international startups and small-and-medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) to improve the energy sector and provide solutions to four key industry needs. Participants are welcome to submit multiple entries to tackle various problem statements.

Take this opportunity to collaborate and cross-develop your new solutions with a pool of innovative companies and energy industry experts. This is your chance to showcase your unique solutions to global energy companies and establish new business opportunities!

Startups, and small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) from across the globe are invited to join this challenge and submit innovative business or tech-related solutions to any and all of the 19 problem statements covering 4 key categories in the global energy industry!


Challenge categories

The 4 categories are as follows:
1. Asset Management
2. Robotics
3. Sustainability
4. Workflow


Application procedure:

Submit your company proposals today and compete for:
· Access to leading energy companies’ R&D expertise
· Potential financial support granted by the energy companies
· Up to S$1 million (per problem statement) of grant support & 4 x S$25,000 Startup SG grants from Enterprise Singapore and networking opportunities with accelerators/incubators, venture capitalists, etc.
· Personalised mentorship from leading industry experts· In-depth industry exposure and wide audience outreach



Apply here 

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