Low Carbon Vehicles

 

This Special Interest Group supports the reduction of carbon emissions from road transport through the adoption of low carbon vehicles and fuels; and other strategies for reducing transport carbon emissions such as shifting towards cycling and reducing traffic congestion through intelligent transport systems.

This group is led by Dr Adam Boies (Division of Energy, University of Cambridge).

If you are interested in contacting the chair or one of the supporters of the SIG, please contact us at admin@cambridgecleantech.org.uk.

You can also contact admin@cambridgecleantech.org.uk if you wish to get involved with the SIG.

Welch’s Transport

Cambridgeshire-based family business Welch’s Transport is gearing up for the arrival of the first fully electric HGV to join its company fleet, paving the way for Cambridge businesses to benefit from a net zero pallet delivery service.

Double Win for Oomph Ventures

Oomph Ventures Ltd, a Cambridge Cleantech member are celebrating their double win at the prestigious Cambridge Independent SME awards, taking gold in the Best New Business and Best Enterprising Business categories. The awards and recognition provide a well-earned boost for the female founded cleantech company who are working hard to disrupt the EV charging sector.

Cambond, UKRI and consortium to deliver world class green economy with £7.3m bondifi project

BONDIFI is an ambitious, world-leading innovation to build a green chemistry industry in the UK. The project will launch the UK’s first circular economy system for making construction and metal products.

Santander X is looking for solutions in mobility, logistics, transport, CO2 capture and storage

This new global challenge is aimed at startups and scale-ups within the Santander X global footprint with an innovative and technology-based product. Selected businesses will receive €120k in financial support for the development of your solutions.

Brill powering its way to making batteries smarter with $10.5m Series A round

Cambridge Cleantech Member Brill Power secures series A funding round led by Legal & General Capital and Barclays

Airbus – why stop at zero?

The future of mobility – why stop at zero?  Join Airbus and the World Economic Forum at the sustainable mobility challenge 2021

Battery systems and design, what to look expect next

The STEPS Design for Safety in Battery Systems Symposium addressed the latest and most important battery safety developments around the world. Hosted by the University of Twente, the event stressed that safety is key, especially in battery design.

Electric Vehicles to balance the Grid as Home Battery Storage Systems

EVENT: Opportunities and Challenges for Electric Vehicles to balance the Grid as Home Battery Storage Systems
FOR: Climate-positive companies, investors, influencers, students… Anyone interested in Sustainable Smart Homes and EVs
DATE: 19th May 2021
VENUE: Online

Enpower is looking for a Cell Engineer

Enpower, an American company that pitched at Cleantech Venture Week is expanding and is now looking for a Cell Engineer.

£40 million Green Recovery Challenge Fund

The Green Recovery Challenge Fund which will create jobs in nature recovery and conservation is now open.