Embraer-X announces partnership with Greentown Labs

Greentown Labs
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AlsimEmbraer-X and Greentown Labs announced a new partnership focused on mobilising climate solutions and accelerating the future of sustainable aviation.

Greentown, the largest climatetech incubator in North America, shares the same sustainability principles as Embraer-X and aims to catalyse climate solutions through entrepreneurship, partnership, and collaboration.

Through Greentown and Embraer-X’s Megawatt Partnership, Embraer-X will have the opportunity to engage deeply with the incubator’s more than 200 start-ups and will gain access to curated, customised events.

“We are continuously expanding our global open innovation initiatives, and partnering with Greentown Labs represents another important step in the aviation industry’s collaborative effort to connect people willing to forge new paths that positively impact our world,” said Daniel Moczydlower, CEO of Embraer-X.

Acting as a market accelerator, Embraer-X has access to novel businesses and innovative solutions, and promotes collaboration with innovation hubs, co-investors, and partners in alignment with aviation industry goals and objectives.

“Greentown is thrilled to partner with Embraer-X, which is on the leading edge of reducing aviation emissions, which represent both a major climate challenge and opportunity for innovation,” said Greentown CEO and President Kevin Knobloch. “We look forward to Embraer-X engaging with our startups that are developing solutions for sustainable aviation and to the positive results that come from those exciting collaborations.”

Based in Somerville, Massachusetts, and Houston, Texas, Greentown convenes and connects the climate tech ecosystem including startups, corporate leaders, investors, and others—to rapidly scale climate technologies.


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