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Palestine Techno Park is partnering with Al Quds University in Jerusalem and the University of Gaza in Gaza Strip to form Clean Technology innovation hubs in Palestine. The goal behind this approach is to drive sustainable development across Palestine through innovation in clean technologies and their application.


This project aims to provide a complete, sustainable and creative environment and approach for youth individuals or groups, to innovate ideas related to renewable energy and energy solutions in the industrial sector and create concrete opportunities for successful launch of start-ups. Aligning with MOUSTADAMA’s objectives of setting the foundation of conductive renewable energy and energy efficient environment and fostering innovation and entrepreneurship in the clean technology sector, the project will animate a Clean Tech Hub and launch a supportive innovation approach to serve the industrial sector aims. The project aims to:

Innovate, test and scale up ideas related to renewable energy and energy solutions in the industrial sector across the agreed upon geographical locations.
Achieve nation-wide awareness for Clean Tech innovation in Palestine and attracting strategic attention.
Support MOUSTADAMA’s project to drive the corporate citizen agenda more aggressively through access to the Palestinian markets and communities.
Raise awareness about the usage and utilization of disruptive technologies through startup methodology among youth innovators and entrepreneurs.
Enhance youth skills and capacity in technology and business development.
Raise awareness about innovation and entrepreneurial mindset.
Support the development of the start-up’s ecosystem.

We look for participants who are between the ages of 18 and 40 years old and that possess the following criteria:

Students and graduates in:

Renewable Energy and Energy.
All disciplines of Engineering, and
All disciplines of production.

Male and female youth working or related to the renewable energy and energy industries.
Male and female youth working or related to the industrial sectors.
Young male and female students, designers, and entrepreneurs


If you fall within the abovementioned categories and are interested to drive innovation in clean technologies, click here to learn more about the project and how you can take part.



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