Israel Breakthrough Research Prize

CLIMATE SOLUTIONS PRIZE

The Team registration must be completed by a “Team Leader” who: (a) is an Israeli employed by or appointed at the Qualifying Organization; (b) has the authority and permission from the Qualifying Organization to participate in the Prize on behalf of the Qualifying Organization; (c) has the authority to legally bind the Qualifying Organization to this Call, Terms and Conditions and any other required documentation contemplated in this Call and Terms and Conditions; and (d) is expected to be the individual leading the proposed research activities at the Qualifying Organization throughout the term of the award agreement.


Participants must choose which of the competitions they wish to apply, it is not possible to apply for both the Research Competition and the Competition for Startups.


The judging criteria can be found in the Israel Breakthrough Research Prize's Call for Solutions under term 6.2


Awards will be made to Teams from Qualifying Organizations only. To see if your team qualifies as a "Qualifying Organization, refer term 4.1 in the Call for Solutions under the Israel Breakthrough Research Prize on this website.


Submissions need to be in English to qualify for eligibility.


March 1st, 2022


Pending no delays due to uncontrollable circumstances, the winners will be announced during at the Climate Solutions Prize Award Ceremony & Gala in late October, 2022 or at a different time at the Organizers discretion.


You can click the "Get in Touch" button located in the "Contact" page of the website or send a direct email to info@climatesolutionsprize.com.


Israeli Start-up Track

CLIMATE SOLUTIONS PRIZE

For the Startups Prize, applicants must be incorporated in Israel, and have their offices and R&D teams in Israel or For-Profit ventures that have not yet been incorporated, at least one of the entrepreneurs must be an Israeli-resident, and the venture must be developing technology in Israeli.


The organizations leading each Challenge will establish its own judging committee and procedure for reviewing the submissions and selecting the winner(s) and may apply its own criteria to review.


Participants must choose which of the competitions they wish to apply, it is not possible to apply for both the Research Competition and the Competition for Startups.


The format of The Startups Competition consists of an umbrella-type application process that allows applicant startups to submit a single application that will be channeled to a number of Competition Challenges, as relevant.


Yes, applicants can compete in multiple challenges in the Competition for Startups at the same time with the opportunity to win more than one challenge. Each track is led and under the responsibility of a different Partner Organization and has unique conditions and designated prizes.


Yes, applicants have the option of opting-out from specific Competition Challenges that are not of interest or relevant to the Applicant. If Applicants opt-out of a specific track, then their application will not be channeled to that competition.


No, each applicant will retain exclusive interest and ownership of its Intellectual Property.


Applications are open March 1 to May 25, 2022. The applications will be reviewed from May 26 to October 24, 2022. Finalists may be invited to present their pitches during the review process. Winners will be announced at The Climate Innovations FESTIVAL, October 2022.


Submissions need to be in English only.


The winners will be announced during The Festival, October 25-27, 2022 or at a different time at the organizers' discretion.


Participation in the Startups Competition is subject to meeting all the conditions set forth in the Call for Solutions here. Applicants that do not meet the eligibility criteria of the Competition will not be channeled to any Competition, as per Start-Up Nation Central (the Organizer) sole discretion.


The Startup Competition is organized by Start-Up Nation Central Ltd. (CC), a non-profit organization and is run in collaboration with corporations, investors, philanthropists and non-profit organizations.