Smart metering and lighting technology company Cyan has won a £1 million contract in India which analysts believe could be the turning point for the Cambridge UK business.
Cambridge-based LED lighting technology company Dialight saw its share price dive 11.50p in early UK trading as it was revealed that group chief executive Roy Burton was undergoing treatment for a medical condition which temporarily impacted his ability to travel.
Breathing Buildings CEO Dr Shaun Fitzgerald was today named a Royal Academy of Engineering visiting professor in sustainable buildings at the University of Cambridge.
The Adapt Low Carbon Group in Norwich, an innovation management consultancy and investor, has secured a resource efficiency project with British Sugar, the UK’s leading sugar supplier.
Marine Power Systems’ WaveSub has received funding from grant programme, Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE).
Adapt Low Carbon Group in Norfolk has signed a landmark agreement with the British Chinese Young Entrepreneur Incubator to create an investment vehicle to invest up to £100m into UK low carbon businesses with a desire to expand into China and wider East Asia.
Cyan Holdings, the Cambridge UK smart metering technology company, has begun to convert opportunities into deals in the burgeoning Brazil CleanTech market.
Cambridge entrepreneurs are at the heart of a new initiative designed to accelerate the development of smart cities in the UK and globally.
The Sudbury, Suffolk-based Aerogenerator Project has been awarded funding from the Supply Chain Innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE) programme.
North-Norfolk based, Tidal Transit – offshore transport and transit service provider to the North Sea wind energy industry – has received a grant from Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE).
Grant programme, Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE), has awarded over £50,000 to Great Yarmouth-based GEV Offshore, one of the UK’s leading specialist engineering and offshore access companies.
GreenSpur Renewables in Essex has received funding under the grant programme, Supply Chain innovation for Offshore Renewable Energy (SCORE).
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.
- Getting switched on to energy industry
- Triodos launches £5m crowdfunding push
- Innovators handed chance to SCORE
- Now or never for Cyan
- Indian summer for Cyan
- Ventilation pioneer named Royal Academy Fellow
- Ziconix makes a splash with water power spin-out
- Cambridge power reaches Ebola villages
- University spin-out Reduse seeks seed capital
- Cambridge CleanTech masterclass for German delegation
- Landfill biogas engine installed in Norfolk
- Solar cooling lifesaver developed in UK
- 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
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