Joules Accelerator’s latest multi-national cohort includes Shifted Energy
The next class of clean-tech entrepreneurs is gearing up for an intense three months with Charlotte-based Joules Accelerator. Joules, founded in 2012, kicked off its ninth cohort today with a group of six startups that Executive Director Bob Irvin said “are going to change the world.”
Over the last three years, the accelerator program has worked with more than 37 startups that have generated $175 million in funding and created 400 jobs.
The six startups, including Shifted Energy, selected in this cohort out of 500 applicants hail from across the United States, as well as from Germany and Canada.