Research Organisations

In the relentless pursuit of a sustainable future, research organisations act as the intellectual powerhouses fuelling cleantech innovation. They serve as crucial launchpads for ground-breaking ideas, fostering fundamental and applied research that pushes the boundaries of clean energy, materials, and environmental technologies. These organisations are comprised of a diverse group of researchers, scientists, and engineers who dedicate their expertise to developing novel solutions and optimising existing technologies.

Their tireless efforts translate into advancements in areas like renewable energy generation, energy storage, sustainable materials, and carbon capture, paving the way for a cleaner and more resilient future. Furthermore, research organisations play a critical role in disseminating knowledge through publications, conferences, and collaborations, fostering open innovation and accelerating the adoption of clean technologies across various sectors. Through their unwavering dedication and ground-breaking research, these organisations are instrumental in propelling the cleantech revolution towards a brighter, more sustainable future.

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Member Benefits

Our commitment is to assist in your sustainability endeavours by thoroughly understanding your needs before presenting solutions. As a member of Cambridge Cleantech, you can anticipate a range of standard benefits, some of which are listed below.

  • Speaking slots at Cleantech Venture Day and other events.
  • Free membership with Oxfordshire Greentech.
  • Profiling on the website, social media and the newsletter.
  • Promoted blog posts.
  • Co-hosting events.

Case Studies

The Institute for Manufacturing helps organisations to analyse and improve their business models and their industrial processes, particularly around manufacturing. Cambridge...

The Research Institute of Sweden is a Swedish research institute and innovation partner. Cambridge Cleantech and RISE worked together on an open innovation and technology scouting...

Cambridge Cleantech worked with The Faraday Institution, the UK’s research organisation for the development of battery technologies, on an energy pilot programme looking to...

What Others Say

"It's extremely important to bring together the power of the academic world with the practical importance of business. Bringing us together brings enormous opportunities"

Erik Solheim, Former Environment Executive Director & Under Secretary General of the UN.

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Scouting

Technology
Scouting

Enabling corporations to make climate impact by identifying and evaluating new technologies.

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Acceleration
& Immersion

Programmes for clean and climate tech startups to discover the UK ecosystem

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& Project
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Operating as a gateway to transformational clean and climate tech solutions.

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Membership
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Facilitating pivotal connections within the cleantech ecosystem to make climate impact.

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Dr Aga Iwasiewicz-Wabnig as Director of Partnership Development for the Maxwell Centre, University of Cambridge, hosted a recent Climate Tech Club. Her interests in academic research extend to innovation and technology transfer, evidence-based policy, sustainability, public outreach and impact.
Dr Aga Iwasiewicz-Wagnig, speaking at the Climate Tech Club