Tag archive: Energy

BP, Syngenta, Forum 4 Future, Government Chief Scientist, 2 Degrees. Sheffield University, 13/14 Sept. Top 100 global research University 2-day event, Business dinner, Challenge + site tour. Thin Solar, wheat and rice production techniques, algal biofuels, catalytic clothing. Capture 1 hour of sunshine world-wide to fuel planet Earth for a year!  These near-market technologies show…

The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has started the search for organisations and consortia capable of designing and demonstrating low-cost commercial scale tidal stream energy converter (TEC) arrays. The project will be commissioned in two phases. The first will require organisations to identify specific technical opportunities for reducing the cost of energy of TEC arrays and…

Once again, James La Terriere brings the latest round up on what went down in cleantech last week: Company News, UK News, European Goodies, Global Stuff. Click HERE to catch up

We like this: GVEP International, in partnership with the Ashden Awards for Sustainable Energy, has published a guide for energy entrepreneurs who want to link their businesses to carbon finance. The guide, which is part of a series also covering Investment Finance and End-User Finance, aims to provide recommendations on their first steps to assess…

A busy week of news and events. The ESTA aM&T conference gives the lowdown on smart meters, renewable energy policies that are damaging UK plc and retail giants get green and waste savvy. Its all here…… Renewable energy policies are economically damaging study suggests UK industry being damaged It’s the Real Thing Coca-Cola gets waste…

After a very alcoholic PEA Awards, all we really want to do today is read. Perfect timing to get Energy Live New’s weekly update: So much news this week, from energy saving paint to government cash for Anaerobic Digestion to smart Sainsburys saving tonnes and tonnes of carbon. So read all the latest news and…

Once again, James La Terriere reports on the week that was: Chris Huhnes rattles solar investors with a feed in tariff review, a number of UK technologies try to break into the mainstream, a radioactive looking electric Mercedes makes its debut in Detroit and why, in the Techie Corner, Mercedes engineers should be considering how…

General Electric has launched Phase II of their GE Ecomagination Challenge, a $200 million innovation experiment where businesses, entrepreneurs, innovators and students share their best ideas on how to improve our energy future – and just might get funded. Phase II of the ecomagination Challenge focuses on Powering Your Home. GE are looking for innovative ideas about…

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