Grant programme, Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE), recently awarded 4C Offshore a grant for £22,000 to develop an innovative web delivery system for its vast amount of insights into the offshore sector.
The formation of a solar panel company could result in 150 jobs and a £100 million economic boost for Essex in the next five years.
Those who doubt the value of windpower in generating power for the UK are being urged to think again by James Gray, inward investment director for EEEZ, the East of England Energy Zone.
The ACTIONetwork (Association of CleanTech Incubators of New England) is embracing leading innovators from the world’s largest market for offshore wind development, the East of England. OrbisEnergy is part of a growing global network of innovation hubs sharing ideas, technologies and strategies, which includes the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, MassCEC.
A range of pioneering one-day training courses designed to provide a foundation for the East of England energy industry has been launched.
Triodos Renewables has launched a £5 million share offer to invest in building new UK renewable energy generating assets, allowing the company to further grow its renewable electricity generation capacity. Projects include one in Cambridgeshire.
With an estimated £25 billion to be spent on development of the East of England offshore renewables industry in the next 11 years, companies across the region are being urged to leverage grant cash for innovations that will improve technology and productivity in the sector.
Cambridge UK clean technology business, Cyan Holdings, has issued a rallying cry to shareholders with today’s interim results – chairman John Cronin claiming the fuse has been lit to a potential explosion of business in India, Brazil and China.
Cambridge UK wireless company Cyan is part of a consortium that has deployed a pilot metering project for a state-owned Indian utility.
Cambridge UK technology entrepreneur Shaun Fitzgerald, managing director of CleanTech business Breathing Buildings, has been elected a Fellow of The Royal Academy of Engineering.
A Cambridge, UK startup is pioneering novel technology that can generate electrostatic energy from low pressure water.
Innovation from Cambridge UK solar technology pioneer Azuri is enabling customers in regions of Sierra Leone hit by the Ebola virus to keep their households powered.
Reduse, a spin-out from the University of Cambridge, has developed a technology to remove print from paper (unprinting), allowing paper to be reused several times before being recycled.
A German delegation from Potsdam is coming to Cambridge UK for a science & technology masterclass focusing on CleanTech.
Albion Community Power (ACP), a UK power generation company, has funded the development of a small scale landfill gas engine in Docking, Norfolk.
New solar cooling technology from a Peterborough UK startup could protect life-saving vaccines and boost food production in developing countries of Africa and Asia that are chiefly off-grid.
- Cyan wins Frost & Sullivan innovation award
- French CleanTech ace buys into Cambridge cluster
- Cyan signs MOU for Indian smart meter deals
- Sensor firm secures multi-million pound funding
- Cyan and Vodafone get smart with India alliance
- Cyan at the double in India and Brazil
- Cyan connects to the Mainz with smart meter coup
- Cambridge Cleantech launches IP Wiki
- CleanTech innovators engage with research park developer
- Azuri solar power creates hundreds of African entrepreneurs
- Gates Cambridge alumna advises Obama on eco issues
- Aveillant considers Scotland location
- Solar energy sensor wins TSB support
- Telensa lights up Essex and leaves LA in the shade
- Product development hots up as GEO hits Kickstarter bullseye
- Aveillant-Thales radar integration a breeze
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