The International Cleantech Network


The International Cleantech Network

The International Cleantech Network (ICN) is a global network of 13 cleantech clusters on the international forefront of providing innovative and sustainable solutions to meet the growing demand for green technologies.

The International Cleantech Network (ICN) enables the world’s leading cleantech clusters and their regional ecosystems to collectively develop and implement sustainable solutions that stimulate the green economy.  ICN’s global member base consists of 13 cleantech clusters that bring together companies, public authorities and research institutions. ICN provides direct value for cluster members and their cleantech community through leveraging resources for common projects, engendering business opportunities for SMEs through partnerships with leading international organisations and global platforms, and facilitating knowledge exchange and best practice methods amongst ICN members. Through various services such as the ICN Passport and ICN Challenges, ICN connects clusters and their members and open doors to new markets. In the past year, ICN has facilitated three application processes, conducted networking events and best practise sessions in New York and Barcelona. ICN has also been involved in the planning and execution of matchmaking missions in 2018-2019 for European cleantech companies and American and Chinese partners.


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