We have offered our hand to cleantech businesses in Estonia and beyond through various acceleration and incubation programmes. Hundreds of entrepreneurs have gotten access to both financial and non-financial forms of support which enabled them to gain momentum.

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The “Triple Bottom Line Baltic Impact Accelerator” (Baltic Impact Accelerator) tackles the challenges of new growth companies in the Central Baltic region by utilizing the Triple Bottom Line (3BL) methodology that enables more growth (Profit) with specific consideration towards the environment (Planet) and society (People).

Over 36 months, the project will implement an accelerator programme to help companies establish a presence outside home markets, raise investments for accelerated growth and nurture consortiums and partnerships among companies. Within the three acceleration cohorts, 96 scale-up companies will be supported (32 per cohort).

The total project budget includes an Interreg Central Baltic Programme contribution, which is allocated among the five project partners. The programme in Estonia is supported by Luminor.

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Having defined cleantech in the region, Beamline Accelerator is established to meet the needs of the market – there is a sudden growth in the amount of specific cleantech startups and segments, but mainly generic accelerator programs exist. Beamline’s team has the longest hands-on experience and vision-driven specialisation in cleantech in Estonia.

Applications are open to the new “Energy | Climate focus” Batch, offering non-dilutive support with product and business development services worth up to 100,000€ per startup.


“Green Bridges: Fostering Estonian-Kenyan Digital Cleantech Collaboration 2024" is a second joint project with our partners from Kenya Climate Innovation Centre that focuses on digital transformation.

Leveraging our expertise in digital innovation and Kenya’s richness in sectors such as renewable energy, waste management and agribusiness, the collaboration seeks to exchange knowledge, technology and resources to accelerate the adoption of climate technologies in both regions.

The project is supported by the Estonian Centre for International Development (ESTDEV).


The L2BGreen Erasmus+ project aims to leverage scalable, digital ways of learning as the means to equip people with skills and knowledge on green entrepreneurship.