What’s happening in the cleantech sector
Stay updated on the latest happenings in the cleantech world – in this section, we publish news from our members and anything related to cleantech. Click here to visit our newsletter archive.
Call for partners to help solve the world’s biggest environmental problem: Anthropocene waste
Cambridge UK: Cambond Ltd and Evolve Packaging are launching a project funded by Innovate UK to help solve the world’s biggest environmental and climate change problems.
Cleantech Venture Week: Calling all Climate-Positive Entrepreneurs
Cleantech Venture Week: Calling all Climate-Positive Entrepreneurs: Apply to be one of the top 24 pitching companies at Cleantech Venture Week!
Polysolar are recruiting
Polysolar is an award-winning Cleantech business from Cambridge providing unique transparent photovoltaic glass for integration into windows, skylights, balustrades, canopies, greenhouses, and building facades. They are recruiting in different sectors.
Series of Online Events – ‘Sustainable Smart Homes’ SIG with pjb Associates
Our Sustainable Smart Homes SIG will soon be launched! Join us for a series of insightful webinars.
DATE: 10th of September 2020 | 28th of October 2020 | 9th of December 2020
Sofant Technologies secures £2.3m to scale its Satcom antenna platform
EMV Capital led a £2.3m pre-series A syndicated round in Edinburgh based 5G and Satcom antenna developer Sofant Technologies.
Shell: Innovating together
Shell StartUp Engine UK is a partnership between Unreasonable Group and Shell UK to support growth stage ventures that are best positioned to accelerate the UK’s energy transition.
Polysolar: A funding round for EV infrastructure
Polysolar is undertaking a funding round in the form of a convertible loan note on Crowdcube. This is to help fund the company’s expansion into the EV infrastructure market with our innovative range of solar PV charging canopies.
Update: £1,268,310.00 raised on Crowdcube
Polysolar Glass to Power EV Charging Hub at Bristol and Bath Science Park
Construction has started on a renewable power generating EV charging hub at Bristol and Bath Science Park as part of the South Gloucestershire County Council’s programme of rolling out EV charging points across the county.
Releasing cash in a pandemic — what all businesses need to assess right now
In this think piece, the Catax team explores the tax relief schemes that companies of all sizes are often unaware of but can use to boost their bottom line. If you would like more information about R&D tax credits, Capital Allowances or Patent Box.
ARU offers support to businesses affected by COVID-19
Anglia Ruskin University (ARU) is offering innovation vouchers, access to graduate talent and existing business support schemes like KEEP+.
Climate Talks with Cambridge Cleantech and our members
Cambridge Cleantech and our members Propelair, Cheeky Panda and Merit Holdings were special guests on the Cambridge Zero Climate Talks.
Insights on The Clean Heat Grant Scheme from Ecolution
Find out about the Clean Heat Grant Scheme, which aims to accelerate the decarbonisation of the heating market, and how you can apply.
Head of Operations Position with Zedify
Zedify’s dedicated tech platform allows our customers to book and view their deliveries in real-time and gives our depots the tools to manage and assign deliveries in the best possible way. But we want our tech to be truly world-leading and we need someone to put this ambition into practice.
UK New Nuclear: fairy tales, taxes and a very lucrative trade… by Laurent Segalen
A must-read to debunk the false conceptions of Nuclear Power. Article written by Laurent Segalen, Co-host at Redefining Energy. Please note, the views expressed in this article are not necessarily the views of Cambridge Cleantech.
Munich Tech Days – Cleantech Innovation in the UK
During Tech Days, Munich becomes a hotspot for founders, entrepreneurs, and creatives in cyberspace. As this year’s event is focused on cleantech, Cambridge Cleantech is participating in the ‘Cleantech Innovation in the UK’ panel.
Committee on Climate Change: Key Principles to Rebuild the Nation post COVID-19
The Committee on Climate Change sets out six key principles to rebuild the nation following the COVID-19 pandemic whilst delivering a stronger, cleaner, and more resilient economy.