The Energia Ventures accelerator is calling for applicants for its fall cohort, which will be its second program held this year.

The accelerator is part of University of New Brunswick’s J. Herbert Smith Centre for Technology Management & Entrepreneurship, commonly known as TME.  Energia accepts companies from around the world that are involved in energy, cleantech, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.

“This spring, we saw a high demand for the programming that we offer startups,” Joe Allen, the TME Managing Director for Accelerators, said in statement. “Because of this high demand, we are expanding our program to twice a year to help entrepreneurs from around the world accelerate their businesses and get the investments they need.”

Participants in the program, which runs from Sept. 22 to Dec. 9, will receive intensive mentoring, educational programming, business support and funding to help them develop their ventures.

The program will be held virtually, so participants will be able to operate from their current headquarters, alleviating the need to travel to Fredericton.

You can register here. The deadline is July 11.

Read about the six companies in the Energia spring cohort.