Cambridge UK clean technology business, Amantys, has made a strong statement of its global growth intent by opening its first international sales office in Shanghai, China.
Cambridge technology has really taken off – 30,000 feet to be precise – with Breathing Buildings MD Shaun Fitzgerald named one of the industry leaders taking part in British Airways’ inaugural Innovation Lab in the Sky.
Cambridge UK wireless technology business Nujira has laid down a crucial marker to cash in on the lucrative 4G smartphone market.
Resourcing new energy and cutting consumption of existing supplies is a balancing act occupying the minds of governments and corporates across the planet.
New energy monitoring technology from Sentec in Cambridge in collaboration with global sensors specialist Selex has won a significant industry accolade. Their invention, GridKey – a low voltage substation monitoring system – has won the UK Energy Innovation award for the ‘Best Smart Grid Technology’.
Cambridge UK clean technology company iSotera is among three East of England companies to share £1.75 million support from the Low Carbon Innovation Fund (LCIF).
Cambridge UK power technology business Amantys has unveiled significant partnerships with Fuji Electric and Hitachi on top of a collaboration with another industry leader, Dynex, in a major show of intent.
Cambridge radar technology pioneer Aveillant has lined up alongside Raytheon and Lockheed Martin in crucial trials for the US government designed to ensure aircraft movements aren’t obstructed by wind farms.
Global energy consumption is expected to grow by about 70 per cent in the next 25 years – driven mainly by developing countries.
In the technological dark ages, water board workmen would test for a leak by clamping a piece of wood over a suspect pipe. Thankfully techniques are considerably more sophisticated in the Innovation Age, as Anglian Water’s head of innovation, Steve Kaye can testify.
A leading European railway maintenance business is using Cambridge UK technology to keep trains on track for longer periods.
Cambridge UK lighting technology business, Dialight, has established a joint venture to launch in Brazil and is also opening a manufacturing facility there.
Clean technology membership organisation Cambridge Cleantech has signed up to become the first tenant of the new Future Business Centre – the UK city’s first purpose built incubation hub to help social and environmental businesses start up and succeed.
New technology from Cambridge UK CleanTech business CamSemi has been launched to target the energy efficient lighting sector.
Energy experts at Carter Jonas are issuing a warning about rogue developers in the solar energy sector whose quick-fix agreements could leave landowners in the lurch and out of pocket – and trigger repercussions that bona-fide developers would have to overcome.
Kansas City manufacturer Milbank has set up a European hub in Cambridge UK to explore smart energy market opportunities in partnership with Cambridge-based technology design innovator Sentec.
- Debug technology wins £150k TSB backing
- Cambridge academic leads Future Cities hub
- Feast of Eden in sustainability Masters
- Nujira solves 4G headache
- Cyan at the double in India
- £1m for CleanTech’s African push
- Sargeant majors for CleanTech business
- £3.2m funding available to East of England SMEs
- New CEO as Amantys goes into overdrive
- India warms to Cambridge cleantech
- Proserv boosts global growth through US acquisition
- Amantys engineer wins electronics award
- Cambridge festival to e-luminate CleanTech innovation
- Cambridge climate change ace addresses Clinton summit
- Solar car to cross Oz on hair dryer power
- Cambridge CleanTech companies in European elite
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