Road2 is excited to present

THE 3E PROGRAM FOR Environment, Energy and
Sustainable Economy

THE 3E PROGRAM FOR Environment, Energy and Sustainable Economy

Our industrial partners provided the challenges.
Now we need you to provide the solution.

Turn your idea into an innovative product with the help of our infrastructure, networking and financing.

Provide solution to the industry
Have a startup vision?
This is your chance!

Only 2 stages to register:

Stage I: Complete the form on the landing page

Stage II: Fill in the questionnaire or send a one-pager that presents your solution

Collaborating with Leading Partners

Our partners presented us with their most pressing challenges. Now we need you to develop the solution.
With our infrastructure, networking and financing.

What we offer


Business development, office space, mentors, beta sites, connection to key players and customers


Strong business ties with leading corporations, seasoned entrepreneurs, global investors and partners


Strong financial backing,
fund raising, investments
and financial advice

AI Lab

Access to state-of-the-art AI Lab
powered by Nvidia

AI Lab

Create a better future with your ideas and our capabilities


If you have a solution to one of these challenges, drop us a line.

Our Mentors

Our entrepreneurs are paired with mentors throughout the program
to benefit from their vast experience and know-how in the field.

Rafi Nave - Mentor Road2

Mr. Rafi Nave

Senior Researcher at the Samuel Neaman Institute

Prof. Simon Brandon - Mentor

Prof. Simon Brandon

Faculty Dean, Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion

Prof. Hossam Haick - Mentor

Prof. Hossam Haick

Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering and Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute, Technion

Asst. Prof. Shady Farah - Mentor

Asst. Prof. Shady Farah

Assistant Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion

Prof. Ofira Ayalon - Mentor

Prof. Ofira Ayalon

Senior Researcher, Head of Environment & Energy Cluster, Samuel Neaman Institute, Technion & Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Management and Natural Resource & Environmental Research Center- University of Haifa

Prof. Gideon Grader - Mentor

Prof. Gideon Grader

Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion

Prof. Oz Gazit - Mentor

Prof. Oz Gazit

Associate Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion

Prof. Daniel Lewin - Mentor

Prof. Daniel Lewin

Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion

Prof. Emeritus Rafael Semiat - Mentor

Prof. Emeritus Rafael Semiat

Professor, Department of Chemical Engineering, Technion

Collaborating with Leading Partners

Our partners presented us with their most pressing challenges. Now we need you to develop the solution.
With our infrastructure, networking and financing.

Are you up for the challenge? This is your chance!


The program is 4 months.

We are seeking teams and startups, but individuals who are interested in entrepreneurship are also welcome to apply and we will group them into teams.

Stage 1: Application

  1. Register for our webinar to learn more about the program.
  2. Submit a one-page application.
  3. Send an initial presentation of your concept, including the challenge and proposed solution.

Stage 2: Selection

  1. The Selection Committee will conduct viability assessments and select 8 early-stage startups with high growth potential and inspiring concepts.
  2. Each selected startup will be paired with a professional mentor, to assist with the following stages. We pride ourselves on our mentorships that deliver core knowledge, necessary for early-stage startups.
  3. Work with your mentor to better define the business and technological roadmaps and start identifying the go-to-market.
  4. Participate in inspiration workshops.

Stage 3: Acceleration

  1. Opening event to kickstart the project
  2. 4-hour session for presenting each initiative with a detailed program and working plan that accommodates specific milestones and KPIs.
  3. Defining objectives and milestones together with the Road2 Program Manager and the team’s mentor.
  4. Evaluating investment profitability throughout the program according to its progress.
  5. Access to industry data, insights and AI labs.
  6. Beta site – Live trials for testing concepts and pilots
  7. What does the winning startup receive?
    At the end of the 4-month program, one winning team will be awarded benefits worth up to NIS 100,000 to further develop their startup.


Fill in the form here and submit a one-pager that describes your initiative.

The program is conducted in Haifa and in the Haifa Bay area.
Subject to the Covid-19 situation, some activities may take place online.

We’re interested in innovations that can be tested and validated over the program’s 4-month period, or a few additional months. However, early-stage ideas may also be submitted for evaluation.

Delivering solutions to critical challenges in the following fields:

  • Sustainable energy
  • Air quality
  • Environment-city-human interfaces
  • Sustainability
  • Waste management and recycling
  • Marine environment protection
  • Pollution treatment
  • Green development


  • Water hazard prevention, monitoring and filtering
  • Water cleaning and purifying
  • Chemical substitutes for water treatment
  • Water hardness preservation in cooling water
  • Water quality sensors and monitoring systems
  • Improved wastewater management and recovery for industry and agriculture
  • Improved wastewater management and recovery for households (grey water)

Leaks and Emissions

  • Prevention; identifying; monitoring; real-time alerts
  • Systemic monitoring
  • Preventive maintenance
  • Environmental care
  • Emission-saving systems

Pirate waste

  • Identifying, handling and enforcing – in relation to industrial and construction companies and contractors who contaminate water sources, exhume vapors and contaminated open spaces

Food Waste

  • Decreasing food waste – impacting municipal structure and planning

Plastics and Disposable Plastic

  • Creating plastics from renewable materials
  • Improving disposable capacities to 100%
  • Developing technologies for treating plastics and plastic-derived damage

Odors and Smoke Hazards

  • Emission-saving system: Steam, smoke and carbon capture and storage (CCS)
  • Locating odor sources from industrial and/or rural settlements
  • Identifying and controlled treatment of hazardous chemical compounds
  • Developing regional warning systems

Natural Gas

  • Expanding the use and value of natural gas
  • Improving natural gas transportation processes 
  • Planning smaller and more efficient GTL facilities
  • Producing methanol, ethylene and other molecules as raw materials for other processes

Energy and renewable energy

  • Electricity systems – Planning, control, monitoring and development
      • Electricity network management
      • Asset management – production, conductivity, and division (monitoring facilities, data collection, warning systems, equipment status evaluation, recommendations for preventative management and maintenance and predictive maintenance)
      • Analytical tools, AI, BI
      • Improved capabilities for setting up electricity infrastructure with speed and efficacy 
  • Systems integration
      • Improving planning means for electricity system
      • Improving control means for electricity system
      • Improving implementation of new technologies in the system
  • Optimization
      • Improving the capacity of production, conductivity, and supply
      • Improving efficacy in production, conductivity, and supply
      • Drones – robots to perform tasks
      • Monitoring, identifying, testing and reviewing in closed spaces 
  • Improving customer services and increasing customer engagement
      • Expanding digitization
      • Enhancing data, expanding user possibilities, and improving analysis tools and data analysis
      • Developing demand management capabilities and energy efficacy
      • Smart homes, IOT and smart technologies
  • Improving work procedures through digitization, online training and remote support
      • Integrating innovative work procedures to enhance work procedures and performance, such as robots, drones, and AR/VR.
      • Means and technologies for improving the supply chain, procurement, storage and heavy logistical processes, such as car fleet management and heavy mechanical and engineering equipment.
      • Tools, means and technologies for enhancing commerce systems and electricity supply, interfaces and systems for improving interactions between customers and change management functions at different levels of voltage, customers to customers, and between customers and manufacturers – including issues relating to payment and clearing systems.