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Founding Year: 2014

Location: Lower Silesia, Poland









INTEKO has developed a simple and affordable electric power generation technology using exhaust heat produced by heavy trucks and buses.

Application of this technology allows to reduce the fuel consumption and as a result it significantly reduces the CO2 emission.

About €5000 can be saved during the lifetime of each modified truck and bus. Due to the low cost of raw materials and lifetime warranty modified vehicles will be very attractive for direct customers.

The business model is based on licensing of technology. We propose 5 year exclusive license for 4% of the module price for each modified vehicle.

Read our Q&A with INTEKO.

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Venture Competition

Valencia, Spain

Climate-KIC’s pan-European Venture Competition awards Europe’s brightest start-ups that help fight climate change with a total of €425,000.

In the European final, 18 start-ups compete for €65,000 in funding in Valencia Spain on 31 October.

Climate-KIC operates the world’s largest clean-tech start-up Accelerator focused on climate change.

Team Members: Karen Oganisian (Physics, PhD); Robert Kazimierowicz (Social Research MA)