Statoil, McKinsey and Techstars are looking to find the next rising stars of energy

New companies with bright ideas in the energy sector can now apply to become part of a new startup program with companies including Statoil.

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New business models, groundbreaking technology, digitalization, disruption, circular economy and renewable energy. There are plenty of buzzwords in modern corporate communication, but four companies have now started looking to find the ten startups in the global energy sector that will be best able to put these words into action – and profits.

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