Net Zero Accelerator

We guide, pilot, and promote building technology innovation to empower our net positive future.


APPLY NOW via our online form, also on our NZA site at NetZeroAccelerator.org.

Deadline for applications has been extended through April 3, 2022. And while there is no extra credit or gold star for early application, the more time we have to get familiar with your net zero solution the better!

Our promise is to bring targeted expertise, broad awareness, and high-potential to pilot projects at regional building sites with marquee partners in order to remove roadblocks and speed market adoption. Together, and with the support of our partners and advisors, we will  help make zero carbon, energy, water, and waste buildings a reality.

This 7-month program is the only one of its kind focused on developing and guiding pilot projects in the built environment.

The 15 pilot-ready companies in the 2022 cohort will benefit from: programs and curricula to fine tune and advance solutions and business models; 1-to-1 advisory services with our leadership team and 30+ green building experts; and increased market exposure with an estimated 100,000+ relevant media impressions and spotlights at MyGBCE, NZ22, and the NZA Demo Day 2023.

Visit NetZeroAccelerator.org for more information as well as a look at all 50 of our alumni companies, plus videos, news articles, and more. 

Learn about opportunities to engage as an advisor, partner or sponsor.

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