Top 50 cleantech growth companies unveiled at Cambridge Cleantech Conference

The new listing of the top 50 cleantech growth companies will be announced at the Cambridge Cleantech Conference on Tuesday 14th June.


The list of the next generation of cleantech growth companies, compiled by Cambridge Cleantech and KPMG, comprises those companies which have developed beyond the start-up phase and are showing real growth against a range of criteria, from year-on-year revenue growth to higher staffing levels and internationalisation.  

Cambridge Cleantech CEO, Martin Garratt comments: "We have supported many start-ups in the cleantech sector, but we also wish to provide support to the next generation of growth companies that are showing real potential. One of these might become the ‘next ARM’ of the Cambridge Cluster.”

Craig Bennett, CEO of Friends of the Earth (pictured), will headline the conference on Connected Cities on 14 June 2016. He is joined by other keynote speakers, Matthew Bell, CEO of the Committee on Climate Change, and Professor Colin Lizieri, Grosvenor Professor of Real Estate at the University of Cambridge.  

Conference delegates will also hear from Johnson Matthey and Anglian Water Group about their innovation needs and then from innovative start-up companies, keen to satisfy those needs.

There will also be a Smart Communities session opened by Cambridge MP Daniel Zeichner and a session on international best practice in the development of cities, featuring speakers from Rotterdam, Shanghai and Hong Kong.   

The Conference takes place from 9.30 -17.00  on Tuesday 14th June 2016 at  The Trinity Centre, Cambridge Science Park, CB4 0FN.

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For more information contact: Martin Garratt 07789 922487

Cambridge Cleantech

Cambridge Cleantech is the members organisation supporting the growth of environmental goods and services or “cleantech” companies in Greater Cambridge and across the region.

Our ambitious plans are to further develop Cambridge as a leading cleantech centre in Europe and in doing so help promote the next wave of the Cambridge hi-tech cluster. Cambridge Cleantech encourages supply chain opportunities for companies in the sector, enables shared experience of innovative growth businesses and provides collective services such as access to finance, government regulatory updates and links to international partners.

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