Clean Tech Delta collaboration for cleantech implementation

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Creating connections

Universities, knowledge institutes, cities and companies join forces to select and initiate repeatable and scalable cleantech initiatives that often involve new combinations of know-how and partnerships in the region Delft – Rotterdam – Drechtsteden.

Clean Tech Delta originates and selects ideas, and brings them up to the project phase. It collaborates with its members and partners to close the implementation gap between an idea and a sustainable business. Clean Tech Delta offers business and project support and promotes, coordinates and supports cleantech opportunities.

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Projects

Clean Tech Delta is active in the process of originating, selecting and initiating projects. We strive to make every project sustainable and impactful. Our network of members and partners brings different capabilities to the table. Projects typically fall within our focus areas of circular economy, energy transition and Smart City (and Industry).

In progress

SCALE-UP – Innovation matchmaking

Scale-Up is a collaboration with clean tech cluster from the Netherlands, England, Belgium, Denmark and Sweden, with its initiator the municipality of Rotterdam and Clean Tech Delta. Through this program, large companies will be helped to find more green products and buy them from innovators. At the same time, young and, yet, small companies are enabled…

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In progress

Clean Cold Chains in Cities

The world heavily relies on cold. The food we eat, the buildings we inhabit, the data we consume and the medicines that keep us healthy all need cooling. Food from the farm to our plates depends on a seamless integrated network of refrigerated processing, storage and transport to ensure it arrives fresh and isn’t wasted. Transport is vital:…

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In progress

CO2 as a resource

Introduction European CO2 emission targets must be measured at an European level but require a drastic reduction of the emissions at national and city levels. The timescale is decades and this will only be feasible if economical growth is decoupled from carbon emissions There are essentially three strategies to reduce the accumulation of CO2 in the…

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Recent news

Blog by Fred van Beuningen – Cleantech innovation: trending downward?

Assessment based on big data analysis by Lux Research suggests that innovation interest in renewables is declining, after peaking about four years ago. Without continued innovation momentum, the research firm noted, long-term success driven by further clean energy technology improvements is thrown into question. The Lux Tech Signal works by algorithmically doing high-throughput parallel analysis of…

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Interview with new member: Collectric!

Clean Tech Delta is happy to welcome a new member: Collectric! In March 2017 Himanshu Yadav and Christiaan Storm de Grave, colleagues at a global port infrastructure firm, decided to follow their entrepreneurial spirits and started Collectric. They recognize that while CO2 emission reduction targets have been announced over and over in the last decade,…

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Our members enhance their own business opportunities and strengthen the economical position of the region at the same time. We focus on the realisation of innovative cleantech test cases and projects in our region. Based on our state of the art technology we aim to implement these techniques worldwide.

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