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A recap of what Stash Energy accomplished in 2018 and our plans for 2019.
Stash Energy Inc. has partnered with Island Capital Partners (ICP) based in Charlottetown, PEI and the New Brunswick innovation Foundation (NBIF) in Fredericton, NB to raise a late-seed round of investment of $500,000.
2018 continues to be a big year for Stash Energy, which just returned from a trade mission in France organized by Canada’s Trade Commission Service. The business delegation, led by the Honourable François-Philippe Champagne, Minister of International Trade, took place from April 15 to 18, 2018, in Paris, France.
A New Brunswick clean energy startup is participating in an accelerator that will help them develop their business south of the border. View Huddle Article
Congratulations to everyone who took home an award at Startup Canada Atlantic Awards 2017! Including our CEO, Jordan Kennie!
Check out the latest media coverage for our pilot project launching in Summerside, PEI this April! Thanks to the Journal Pioneer for featuring us on the front page! View Journal Pioneer Article
We are very excited to be moving forward to the semi-finals for the NBIF Breakthru Business Plan Competition! View Article
We are excited to announce that we are participating in the Energia Ventures accelerator program at UNB! View Article on Huddle
Stash Energy featured on the Opportunities New Brunswick blog. View on ONB
CBC article about Stash. View on CBC
At Stash we are excited to have been selected to participate in the Summer Institute offered by the J Herbert Smith Centre at the University of New Brunswick. The Summer Institute is a three-month program that provides funding and mentorship to start-ups. Our time, in the program, will be used to develop our business and refine the prototype of our thermal storage product.
Stash placed second among the TME (Technology Management & Entrepreneurship) projects at the UNB Engineering Design Symposium 2016. The prize included $1500 that will be put toward the further development of the Stash energy storage system.
Come check us out at the Fredericton Convention Centre on March 31, 2016. Stash will be exhibiting as part of UNB’s Engineering Design Symposium. Public viewing will be available between 1:00pm and 1:30pm in the Nashwaaksis room with a presentation to follow at 3:00pm.
Stash was honored to receive third place in NBIF’s (New Brunswick Innovation Foundation) R3 Student Innovation Challenge on March 23, 2016.