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Industrial Energy Transformation Fund
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) have just launched the second round of their Industrial Energy Transformation Fund, worth £60m.
New Climate Accelerator programme run by Allia
The Climate Accelerator programme will start in Cambridge in January 2022, working with start-ups who have innovative solutions for addressing the climate emergency.
Meet the companies with game-changing solutions
From floating solar platforms to self-healing concrete and zero emission delivery: meet the companies with game-changing solutions to address the climate emergency
Frozen in Time: Climate Change Challenge to be Showcased at Cleantech Futures Conference
A dramatic art installation symbolising our warming climate will be launched at the Cambridge Cleantech annual conference on 20 October as the city’s innovators and scientists gather together to brainstorm how technology could reduce our carbon emissions.
Press Release: Cambridge Cleantech is turning 10!
Join Cambridge Cleantech for our two-day conference celebrating the innovative climate technologies from Cambridge, the UK, and across the world on 20th and 21st October 2021.
Summerside Advancing its path towards Net Zero
Today the City of Summerside announced that Aspin Kemp & Associates of Montague, Prince Edward Island has been awarded the three contracts to build Summerside Sunbank Solar and Battery Utility System valued at over $55 million.
This will drive our commercial growth: Cambond CEO welcomes European patent
Cambond is pleased to announce that it has received a Notice of Allowance from the EU Patent Office for one of its core technology patents.
EnterpriseTECH: early-stage solutions needed
Applications are open for submitting project proposals for student teams to work on as part of their learning experience on EnterpriseTECH. Your submission should be based on a new technology or suitably developed idea in the early stages of development.
Latin America Net Zero Challenges
The project seeks to promote business-led research & innovation partnerships between the UK and Latin American countries to create joint solutions for the most pressing net-zero challenges in the UK, Latin America and beyond.
Israeli startups should choose the UK
With Israeli startups continuing to break records in fundraising, the co-heads of the Taylor Wessing international Israel group, Josef Fuss and Nathan Krapivensky, outline potential opportunities in Europe and how they envisage the next phase of success for these businesses.
India’s climate goals: £972bn infrastructure plan to boost economy and tackle climate change
India is set to meet its climate goals, with £972bn being allotted to boost economic growth and tackle climate change.
Solutions for Africa and South Asian countries
A partnership between EIT Climate-KIC and CDC Group, the UK’s development finance institution, is set to incubate and accelerate promising start-ups offering climate adaptation and resilience solutions in African and South Asian countries.
Eastern New Energy Collaboration for Innovation
Led by the University of East London, the £10.2m programme, part funded by the European Regional Development Fund, helps organisations across the region to lower their carbon impacts and develop services or products which support a zero-carbon economy.
ISCF Smart Sustainable Plastic Packaging
ISCF smart sustainable plastic packaging: business-led R&D UK registered businesses can apply for a share of up to £7 million for R&D projects with the potential to significantly impact the 2025 UK Plastic Pact targets.