Palestine CleanTech Acceleration Program Takes Off with its Third Edition, Fostering Sustainable Innovation

The Palestine CleanTech Acceleration Program has successfully launched its highly anticipated third edition, marking a momentous step towards fostering sustainable innovation in the region. Committed to driving positive change and resource management, this program aims to nurture 29 promising cleantech ideas specifically tailored to address the energy and business needs of the industrial sector in Palestine.

This exceptional initiative is hosted by renowned organizations such as Palestine Technopark, Alquds University, AlqudsBCITE, and Gaza University, making it the first of its kind in Palestine. Furthermore, it proudly holds membership in the UNIDO CleanTech Flagship Program, facilitating global connections through the GCIP network.


A distinguished panel of international experts meticulously selected the 29 most innovative ideas, recognizing their potential to bring about significant growth and impact. These chosen startups will now benefit from expert technical support and comprehensive business guidance, further enhancing the value propositions of their ideas and propelling them towards becoming transformative solutions.


The program commenced with successful orientation sessions for the selected startups, providing invaluable insights into its content, schedule, rules, and services. Among the participants, nine outstanding startups from the West Bank are poised to accelerate their journey towards sustainable innovation.


As we enter the third edition of the Palestine CleanTech Acceleration Program this month and the next, the region eagerly anticipates the groundbreaking ideas and transformative solutions that will undoubtedly emerge from this exceptional undertaking.


 The Palestine CleanTech Innovation Program is part of UNIDO's Moustadama - UNIDO Palestine on Sustainable Energy for Industry Programme, generously funded by the European Union  and executed in partnership with the Ministry of National Economy  and in collaboration with the Palestinian Energy and Natural Resources Authority. CleanTech Palestine is hosted and managed by Palestine TechnoPark, Al-Quds University, Al-Quds Business Center, and Gaza University .