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Greenshot is a 14-week accelerator that runs from mid/late-January to April 2024. It culminates in a Demo Day in early May in front of top climate investors and venture capitalists in New York City. Participants will have a chance to compete for up to $75,000 in non-dilutive cash and prizes, selected by Greenshot's expert Advisory Council. Partnering with Dartmouth's Tuck School of Business and CleanTech Open, Greenshot customizes program curriculum for climate solutions-focused entrepreneurs. Our program is open to all and you can participate from anywhere. 



GTM Strategy & Scaling

We help startups refine their marketing, sales, and growth blueprints and integrate vital market insights from successful entrepreneurs and Tuck School of Business faculty.

Preparation for Funding

We guide our startups on financial modeling essentials for investment pitches, diving into what VCs expect, strategically positioning their startups, and spotting potential red flags in their cap table.

Furthermore, an expert is on hand to advise on non-dilutive financing options and the intricacies of securing government grants.

Finally, to ensure readiness, participants benefit from pitch practice sessions with external experts prior to Demo Day. 

Customer Discovery & Development

We host three customer panels, offering insights into the purchasing nuances of three separate industries and providing tailored feedback on your presentations.


Additionally, leveraging our extensive alumni network across Fortune 500 companies, we introduce startups to industry leaders where there's shared enthusiasm. 


We partner with the CleanTech Open to bring in experts on GHG emissions, environmental equity, lifecycle analysis, and insurance risk for climate solution startups. 

Solar Panels on Trees


Greenshot is seeking entrepreneurs with a dedicated leadership team with market validation who are aiming for seed or Series A funding within six months post-program.

We are looking to work with entrepreneurs active in all areas of climate solutions. Whether you're developing for the energy transition, pioneering a carbon capture method, launching an eco-friendly product, or have a startup focused on climate mitigation strategies, Greenshot can help.


Greenshot welcomes all entrepreneurs on campus, but participation can happen from anywhere around the globe. 

In-person participation is required for:

  • Opening weekend in January on campus in Hanover, NH.

  • Demo Day, which is scheduled to take place in early May in New York City.

The majority of the program is conducted virtually with weekly curriculum and mentor coaching. 

For those wishing to work in Hanover and take advantage of on-campus resources throughout the program, Greenshot can provide you space in our new, state-of-the-art building (and dry lab spaces, if needed) in the heart of Dartmouth's West End Innovation District. 

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Dartmouth has a history of fostering leaders who are ready to tackle the world’s most complex topics – from computing to medicine to space technology. Now, we are turning our focus to supporting innovations that will help solve the most pressing challenge of our time: climate change.

Greenshot is housed in Dartmouth's West End Innovation District and brought to you by two powerful resources for entrepreneurial launch pads:


The Arthur L. Irving Institute for Energy and Society
The Institute’s mission is to advance affordable, sustainable, reliable energy for the benefit of society. The Institute is both a hub and a catalyst for advancing energy transition, climate, and society-related research, teaching, and engagement on campus, creating a powerful community of alumni, students, faculty, and regional and global partners.   

The Magnuson Center for Entrepreneurship
Magnuson has concentrated on cultivating a thriving ecosystem of investors, operators, and entrepreneurs.

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