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clean tech

An umbrella term for systems that are more environmentally friendly and more energy efficient. Examples are solar power, wind power and LED lighting. Clean tech focuses on developing clean energy and conserving energy. Nanotechnology plays a part in clean tech because it is used in the development of solar panels, fuel cells, biofuels and solid state lighting. See nanotechnology.
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M2 EQUITYBITES-May 12, 2017-YSK1860 Acquires Chinese Forged Components Maker Cleantech Solutions for USD 970,000
an industrial biotechnology and renewable chemicals company based in Milton Park, today announced it was named in the prestigious 2014 Global Cleantech 100, produced by Cleantech Group, whose mission is to connect corporates to sustainable innovation through the i3 market intelligence platform, expert consulting services, and global events.
LanzaTech, a company recycling greenhouse gas emissions for low carbon fuel and chemical production, announced it was named to the prestigious 2014 Global Cleantech 100, produced by Cleantech Group.
Cleantech Group, a company whose mission is to connect corporates to sustainable innovation through the i3 market intelligence platform, expert consulting services, and global events, has recognised VarentecTM, a company involved in real-time distributed Grid-Edge ControlTM solutions that allow electric utilities to simultaneously manage demand, improve efficiency, and absorb high levels of PV solar energy, with the 2014 Global Cleantech 100.
ISLAMABAD -- The clean-technology accelerator the Cleantech Open is expanding its programme for cleantech startups to six countries.
Sydney, Australia, Jan 13, 2014 - (ABN Newswire) - The China CleanTech Index provides the definitive measure of the performance of Chinese cleantech companies that are listed on stock exchanges around the world.
Aravaipa Ventures' Founder and Managing Director Robert Fenwick-Smith calmly states, "Like all young industries, cleantech is growing from an idealistic spendthrift youth to a pragmatic and capital constrained adulthood.
Sixty-five per cent of executives in Mena expect an increase in cleantech investments over the next five years, according to a new survey.
MUSCAT: Survey of 65 Middle East and North African (Mena) executives shows that they expect an increase in cleantech investments over the next five years.
Summary: DUBAI - A majority of executives, polled in Middle East and North Africa, believe that investment in cleantech is expected to increase in the next five years in the region, according to Ernst & Young (E&Y).
Sixty five per cent of MENA executives polled expect an increase in cleantech investments over the next five years.
The first Cleantech Connect 2009 awards were held in London's St James' last night.