Cambridge clean technology business Green Energy Options raised £20.67k on Kickstarter – comfortably beating its target figure by the deadline – and will now step up development of a new smart, low energy heater for the home.
Cambridge radar technology has breezed through its latest test. Aveillant’s 3D Holographic Radar™ has been installed at a site on the Kent coast in the UK and was successful in mitigating the potential threat to aircraft from offshore Kentish Flats windfarm.
Cambridge clean technology business Green Energy Options is closing in on its vision to raise £20k by April 14 to fund a key development phase of a new smart, low energy heater for the home.
Aveillant, the Cambridge UK specialist in 3D surveillance radar technology, has raised up to £6 million new growth capital.
Breathing Buildings, the Cambridge UK cleantech business, has been named in a global elite for energy efficient technology.
An Oxbridge collaboration has produced a potentially game-changing breakthrough in the potential of silicon-based solar cells – such as those seen on the roofs of houses across the country.
Sustainability software from a Cambridge UK business has been chosen by British Airways to monitor and reduce its carbon footprint.
Cranfield University has cemented its importance in the field of Concentrating Solar Power (CSP) with the opening of the Global CSP Laboratory.
Breathing Buildings, the Cambridge based natural ventilation specialist, has successfully defended the Cambridge University Passive Stack patent, filed in 2006.
Cambridge’s new temple to cleantech – the Future Business Centre on King’s Hedges Road – is almost 70 per cent let, sole agent Januarys reports.
The UK’s Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) is using novel radar technology from Cambridge business, Aveillant.
Cambridge UK solar pioneer Azuri is technology partner for a key element of an exciting new project in West Africa that aims to bring light into a million homes this year alone.
The East of England is on the verge of a major breakthrough in its battle to secure a large slice of the offshore windpower market, according to James Gray, inward investment director for the East of England Energy Zone (EEEZ).
An electric car club has been founded at the University of Hertfordshire and claims to be the first of its kind in the UK.
Cambridge clean technology companies have been put on alert by the UK government which is dangling £11 million of funding to flush out energy innovation.
Dialight finance director Mark Fryer has quit exactly a week after the Cambridge lighting technology company’s shares went into freefall following a profits warning.
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- Anglian Water wins award with geo technology
- DONG invests £50 million in energy project
- New cash puts Norwich at heart of green technologies
- German retailer takes Cambridge energy technology
- Cambridge stars in £5.6bn China trade bonanza
- Cyan’s last chance to keep the lights on
- Cranfield at heart of solar energy projects
- Breathing Buildings fights the NHS ‘gas guzzlers’
- GB Innomech role in clean energy programme
- Irish CleanTech starts Cambridge operation
- Sustainability excellence to be recognised
- Scrap Green Deal, says climate change expert
- Green Energy Options wins smart meter deal
- Cyan flies Cambridge flag on Brazil mission
- Smart energy storage coup for Cambridge
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