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The 2030 Summit is organised by Startuplab, 

Norway's largest tech incubator and most active early stage investor. 


In 2020, Norway set ambitious climate goals to be achieved by 2030. Working in the intersection between ambitious tech startups and the country's largest corporations, we wanted to contribute in the acceleration of the green transition. 

The 2030 Summit was founded in 2020 when we invited our corporate partners to seek collaborations with ambitious cleantech startups in order to solve  climate challenges. 

The event has since evolved to become Norway’s largest cleantech stage, attracting a wide range of players within the cleantech space. 

The 2030 Summit is organised as a yearly countdown to the year of 2030 – hence its name. 


Now, we're ready for batch #5.



The 2030 Summit is a part of Startuplab's cleantech program. It's supported on a political level, as well as by corporates and the startup ecosystem in Norway. 


The program has been supported by the municipality of Bergen, Stavanger and Oslo, and Vestland county. It was born in the Innovation District in Bergen together with our partners GC Rieber and DNB. 


“We need to embrace climate adaption - not just for the future, but for the present too!”

Helge Jørgensen, 7analytics, Bergen

As a geologist, Helge co-founded 7analytics, a fast-growing company created 3 years ago with a clear mission: to mitigate the impacts of climate change on urban areas. 7A’s innovative tools empowers cities to proactively adapt now to a rapidly changing climate. Helge has a constant learning mindset as CEO, and has, with some help from Startuplab's guidance to business creation, found the confidence to take on a leadership role in this fast-growing climate-tech startup. As he says, being an excellent technologist doesn't necessarily make you an excellent business leader, but now he is both.


– Cleantech in Norway

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