Go Make

Go Make

Let’s redesign how we make everything.

Manufacturing contributes 31 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions; to decarbonize the sector, we need solutions that transform how goods are sourced, produced, and managed at end-of-life. 

In this program track, we bring startups and corporates together to accelerate the commercialization of technologies to revolutionize supply chains for everything from plastics, to batteries, and beyond. How do you want to shape the future of manufacturing?

Let’s Go.

Go Make 2022

Decarbonize Supply Chains with Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas)

Greentown Go Make 2022 with Mitsubishi Corporation (Americas) (MCA) and supported by the M-Lab Companies strives to decarbonize entire supply chains, from production through packaging and distribution.

Participating Startups

  • Energiency (Rennes, France): Artificial-intelligence- and human-intelligence-driven energy intelligence technology dedicated to manufacturing
  • Moment Energy (Port Coquitlam, BC, Canada): A clean, affordable, and reliable energy storage system built using second-life electric vehicle batteries
  • Nfinite Nanotech (Waterloo, ON, Canada): Smart nanocoating that enables sustainable packaging to keep products fresh and eliminate waste at scale
  • RenewCO₂ (Cranford, NJ, USA): Cost-competitive carbon-negative monoethylene glycol using today’s grid electricity
  • Sensai Analytics (Somerville, MA, USA): Helping Commercial EV owners maximize the residual value of batteries.

The M-Lab Consortium is made up of 11 top-tier Japanese organizations, including:

Past Go Make Programs

BASF and Stanley Black & Decker

Go Make 2019

Circularity Challenge: Plastics, energy storage, and recycling value chains

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Go Make 2015

PROPEL: Industrial IoT + sensors

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Go Make Alumni

“​​Nothing spurs actual action more quickly than doing a challenge. We have a lot of great things to say about how much the facilitation provided by Greentown Labs and the program makes it easier for us to plug-and-play into a startup ecosystem, in a way that we might not otherwise have the infrastructure to do. This is a great example of a multi-stakeholder approach.”

Mitchell Toomey

Director of Sustainability at BASF

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