The University of New Brunswick’s Energia Ventures accelerator for energy, cleantech, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence companies is looking for applicants for its spring cohort.

The accelerator, which is based in Fredericton at UNB’s J. Herbert Smith Centre for Technology Management and Entrepreneurship, or TME, holds two virtual cohorts per year. Companies receive access to mentoring, educational programming, business support and equity funding, the organizers said in a statement.

“Energia Ventures is a three-month intensive accelerator for entrepreneurs with an innovative business in the energy, smart grid, artificial intelligence, cleantech, and cybersecurity sectors,” says the J. Herbert Smith Centre. “We provide funding, mentoring, and programming to take your business to the next stage.”

The deadline to apply is March 3, and you can learn more here.