EEF has invested £72m into cleantech companies since 2012 to help them develop innovative low carbon technologies. CLT is proud to be the lead delivery partner for the EEF. We provide incubation support to entrepreneurs supported by the EEF to help them grow their business and bring their innovations to market. The stories below celebrate these companies’ successes.
Libertine has raised £770k to develop smart engines for electric vehicles.
Ceres Power has announced a first product launch in Japan in partnership with Miura Co.
Q-Bot has successfully completed a £3m Series A investment round. It was backed by investors including Wealth Club, EMV Capital and Foundamental. Q-Bot also received continued support from its existing investor base.
Cambridge GaN Devices has completed a recent investment round. The company is a spin-off of the engineering department at Cambridge University set to bring to market low carbon emission power electronics based on Gallium Nitride (GaN).
Mixergy tank sales have just been launched with two British Gas sales area teams.