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.
Cambridge law firm Mills & Reeve has played a key role in clean technology investments for business bosses in Europe’s leading cluster and throughout the UK.
Anglian Water has won a major award on the back of clean technology innovation from Green Energy Options (geo) based in Cambridge UK.
The decision by energy giant Centrica to pull out of a windfarm project 17 miles off the North Norfolk coast could prove a blessing for the East of England.
With over £5.5 million of funding over five years, researchers at the John Innes Centre and the Institute of Food Research (IFR) in Norwich will help make the UK a world leader in industrial biotechnology.
Leading German electronics superstore and distributor, Conrad, is now selling Cambridge UK energy technology provider geo’s full suite of in-home smart electricity products.
While some Cambridge technology companies figuratively sell sand to the Arabs, a Cambridge University collaboration has found a way to ‘sell’ bamboo to the Chinese.
Cambridge lighting technology company Cyan Holdings is drinking in the last chance saloon after being forced back to the UK market to raise £1.1 million lifeline funding.
Cambridge clean technology could solve a massive problem for the NHS as it grapples with slashing its carbon footprint in the face of climate change.
- 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
- AlertMe puts buzz in British Gas’ Hive
- $5m Californian cash and new CEO for Amantys
- Cyan strengthens to chase global opportunities
- Cyan targets $50bn Brazil smart meter market
- Aveillant starts radar scale-up
- CleanTech pioneer invents new smartplug
- Cambridge entrepreneur backs world resource map
- Cavendish team puts new spin on solar revolution
- Telensa lights up UK energy fight
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