Cambridge clean technology entrepreneur Shaun Fitzgerald believes his company Breathing Buildings is poised to transform the face of global building design – starting with the US skyline.
A new €2 million European funded research programme has been launched to improve opportunities for an international network of companies and universities in relation to installation, operation and maintenance of offshore wind turbines.
Cambridge UK CleanTech company Azuri Technologies has secured an important accreditation for its Indigo product – a powerful combination of solar and mobile technology for use off-grid.
Cambridge clean technology companies have been handed a leadership opportunity in the nuclear industry.
A new-build nuclear programme is planned for the UK and the Cambridge Cleantech organisation is staging a special event to help local players exploit it.
Technology from Cyan in Cambridge is driving a high profile smart grid project in a region dubbed as ‘The French Riviera of the East’ – India’s Puducherry on the Bay of Bengal.
CleanTech business opportunities in India are being set before Cambridge UK companies at a ‘green’ trade summit in November.
Nujira, the Cambridge UK CleanTech company, is pioneering a new low-noise chip for smartphones.
Sensors technology hothouse Cambridge CMOS Sensors – a spin-out from Cambridge University in the UK – has closed a £575k investment round.
Recycling technology developer Enval has secured new premises in the recently designated Enterprise Zone at Alconbury in the Cambridge UK cluster.
One of the country’s leading organisations in infra red heating has been invited to deliver several seminars at a prestigious event.
Four Cambridge clean technology pioneers have earned places in the world’s top 100 CleanTech innovators.
Cambridge clean technology pioneer Breathing Buildings has today been handed a place in the world’s top 100 CleanTech innovators.
Aveillant will install its 3D Holographic Radar™ technology at fast-growing Cambridge Airport before the end of this year.
Cambridge climate change expert Dr Aled Jones has taken the UK government to task for failing to formulate distinct policies geared to achieving sustainable development goals.
China’s increasing demand for sustainability and better healthcare is an opportunity not to be missed for UK technology companies wanting to tap into these markets, a Cambridge conference was told.
An online stockmarket dealing in community energy shares has gone live and starts trading on Saturday from its Cambridge UK mother ship.
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