Vestas Ventures to fund early-stage start-ups in energy storage, grid flexibility, green transport and industry, and advanced materials.
Australian CleanTech Index has outperformed ASX200 by cumulative 89% over last five financial years and, for fifth year in row has outperformed the wider market. And investors are making handsome profits.
Clean energy accelerator program signs up record number of innovative start-ups, with some great ideas on how to charge EVs, cut waste to landfill, and help consumers get cheaper, cleaner power.
Australian CleanTech Index outperforms ASX200 again in December and Q2 FY18, as companies become mainstream, mature, profitable – and less reliant on government policy.
NERA is working with Australian CleanTech to find the country’s best demonstration projects on clean technology solutions that integrate with and improve efficiency and competitiveness for the energy resources sector.
Australian CleanTech Index outperforms broader market again in November, marking 12 months of leading the ASX200 by more than 25%.
Australian Technology Competition 2016 has gone live, in quest to accelerate the nation’s high potential innovations.
Sydney-based companies Wattwatchers, Solar Analytics picked for showcase of 100 breakthrough technologies and startups driving decarbonisation of global economy.
ARENA says removal of grant funding will make it difficult for new technologies to bridge the investment “valley of death.”
Australian CleanTech Index again outperformed the ASX200 for both March and Q1 2016, recording a 6% gain for the month. The Australian CleanTech 20 recorded a gain of 6.2%.