Announcing the Techstars Alabama Energytech Accelerator Fall Class of 2023

Sep 11, 2023

BIRMINGHAM, AL (September 11, 2023) – Techstars Alabama EnergyTech Accelerator is proud to announce the 12 startups selected for the Fall Class of 2023. These promising, early-stage companies are addressing challenges in categories such as Energytech, ClimateTech, Sustainability, and more.

Taking place in the thriving tech ecosystem of Birmingham Alabama, the three month mentorship-driven program is bringing together founders from across the globe, along with a heavy US presence including one local Alabama company. The 2023 class was chosen for innovative products and solutions in areas that will revolutionize how we live and work.  

This class also continues to build on our commitment to investing in diverse and underrepresented teams. Thank you to our sponsors, partners, mentors, and Techstars alumni who help to make Techstars Alabama EnergyTech successful.

Demo Day is scheduled for a special in-person event on December 5th, 2023! Founders will have an opportunity to pitch their businesses to a community of investors and mentors.

Introducing our Fall 2023 class for the Techstars Alabama EnergyTech Accelerator!

  • Ai-Ops (Mobile, Alabama), a software developer that provides bolt-on solutions for next-generation AI Industrial Control Systems.

  • BlueTanks (Charlotte, North Carolina), whose software helps electric vehicle (EV) drivers access the most convenient charging points optimized for their vehicles.

  • Clever Offsets (New York), a data company that provides clients with analysis and insights on navigating the carbon offset market.

  • EarthABC (Cleveland), which provides an open-access climate portal to help businesses achieve sustainability, providing financial incentives, technology vendors and consultants to enable companies to “take action in days instead of years.”

  • EV Safe Charge (Los Angeles), developer of Ziggy, a robotic mobile EV charging platform that provides solutions for users of all types of electric vehicles.

  • Grid Discovery (Hoboken, New Jersey), a cutting-edge software platform for engineers and city planners, transforming how microgrid projects are envisioned, planned and proposed.

  • Infranergy (Miami), developer of solar-powered and battery energy storage products and technology to reduce energy costs, decarbonize and balance the grid, ensuring resilience and equitable access to clean energy for overlooked communities and businesses.

  • Maverick IQ (Atlanta), which integrates engineering, software and IoT solutions to reduce operations and maintenance costs and drive productivity.

  • Meredot (Riga, Latvia), a micromobility wireless charging solution that serves a wide range of vehicle models.

  • Pitch Aeronautics (Boise, Idaho), developer of a wind-stabilized drone that performs up-close, robotic tasks that enables users to “leave the helicopters, cranes and bucket trucks at home.”

  • ScoutIT (Raleigh, North Carolina), which is enabling the EV battery circular economy by helping companies extract greater value from end-of-life batteries.

  • SplitEV (New York), a subscription and booking service that offers EV drivers affordable access to a network of privately owned charging stations while helping charger owners monetize underutilized assets.