Seattle’s CleanTech Alliance and Portland-based VertueLab have announced the 2020 cohort of environmentally-focused startups for its Cascadia CleanTech Accelerator.

Among the 10 startups included in this years cohort is Vancouver’s Matidor Technologies.

Matidor is a developer of an intuitive collaboration platform that helps the field service industry organize location-based projects on a live-updating map with easy visualization, team collaboration and management.

The 15-week accelerator program targets early stage companies for “cleantech-specific” instruction, mentoring, and support in business planning, manufacturing products, and building a customer base.

Participants are from startups that address energy use, toxic chemical removal, biofuels, waste reduction, and other green-leaning technologies.

The companies will participate in the CleanTech Innovation Showcase on July 15th and end the program at September’s Fuel 2020 where the teams will share their technologies.