Cambridge Cleantech Members’GroupZero Carbon Homes and Clean Energy –The Cleantech Product Supply Opportunity10 October 20...
Cleantech Sector DefinitionSource: Greater Cambridge Partnership Cleantech Strategy & Action Plan, May 2010www.cambridgecl...
Energy Management Sector - Examples Green Energy Options     Design and manufacture energy management displays   Hardwick,...
Cleantech Market Value…in figures…Global                    £4.3 trillionUK                        £139 billionEast of Eng...
Emergence of Hi-Tech Cluster in Greater Cambridge          1971             1981                1991                 2001 ...
Three Converging Revolutions                BIO TECH                 Genomics                                             ...
www.cambridgecleantech.org.uk                                                                                             ...
Chaos Theory!     Special Interest Group                                                 Environmental                    ...
Competition or Collaboration? •   Boston: New England Clean Energy Council •   San Diego: CleanTECH •   San Jose: Environm...
Cambridge Cleantech Members Group • A not-for-profit membership support organisation for   businesses delivering solutions...
Vision & Aims      To champion the Greater Cambridge cleantech sector globally and       co-ordinate, support and promote ...
The Offer • Events & Networking: introducing members to each other • Business Growth: supply chains developed, internation...
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Cambridge Cleantech Members' Group - Zero Carbon Homes and Clean Energy

  1. 1. Cambridge Cleantech Members’GroupZero Carbon Homes and Clean Energy –The Cleantech Product Supply Opportunity10 October 2011Martin Garratt
  2. 2. Cleantech Sector DefinitionSource: Greater Cambridge Partnership Cleantech Strategy & Action Plan, May 2010www.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  3. 3. Energy Management Sector - Examples Green Energy Options Design and manufacture energy management displays Hardwick, Cambs Alert Me Domestic energy monitoring Cambridge eSight Energy Energy management software Swavesey, Cambs Meniscus Systems Energy management systems monitoring Huntingdon, Cambs Ista Energy Solutions Commercial energy management solutions Harston, Cambs Sentec Products for the smart metering sector Cambridge AMiHo Wireless control for smart metering Cambourne, Cambs Envirocomb Energy monitoring software and services Royston, Herts Energy ICT Energy information technology Stansted Abbotts, Herts Energy Services Direct Energy management for schools Bushey, Herts TEAM Energy monitoring software and services Milton Keynes Radir Energy management and control Milton Keynes Hybridise Energy management services Epping, Essexwww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  4. 4. Cleantech Market Value…in figures…Global £4.3 trillionUK £139 billionEast of England £12.9bn 6,234 companies 103,000 jobsGreater Cambridge £1,159m 450 companies 7,385 jobs Growth estimated at 4 – 5% per annumwww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  5. 5. Emergence of Hi-Tech Cluster in Greater Cambridge 1971 1981 1991 2001 2009 Hi-tech 48,000 20,200 25,100 34,900 46,200 jobs Nanomaterials Drugs delivery Telecoms Telecoms Sensors/actuators Computing Computing Computing Alternative fuels Industrial inkjet Industrial inkjet Industrial inkjet Cleaner processes Scientific Wireless Instruments Scientific Scientific communications Medical engineering Instruments Instruments Scientific Photovoltaics Software Software Instruments Biosciences Software Drug modelling Biosciences Biomass Sentient computingwww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  6. 6. Three Converging Revolutions BIO TECH Genomics INFO TECH Pharmaceuticals Bioinformatics Hardware Diagnostics Proteomics Software Research/Info Communications Tools Industrial Building technologies Alternative fuels Photovoltaics Waste management Energy management Nanoelectronics CLEAN TECH Renewables Low carbon Environmentalwww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  7. 7. www.cambridgecleantech.org.uk Global Market by Sub-Sector Source: Greater Cambridge Partnership Cleantech Strategy & Action Plan, May 2010
  8. 8. Chaos Theory! Special Interest Group Environmental ARU Global Change Group Sustainability Institute Climate Change Campuswww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  9. 9. Competition or Collaboration? • Boston: New England Clean Energy Council • San Diego: CleanTECH • San Jose: Environmental Business Cluster • Copenhagen: Cleantech Clusterwww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  10. 10. Cambridge Cleantech Members Group • A not-for-profit membership support organisation for businesses delivering solutions for environmental problems • Initially serving companies in Greater Cambridge / East of England • Modelled on other successful ‘communities’ • Expressly to help businesses develop and growwww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  11. 11. Vision & Aims To champion the Greater Cambridge cleantech sector globally and co-ordinate, support and promote commercial opportunities for the cleantech business community in the area • Promote Greater Cambridge and the UK as a significant cluster and centre of excellence for the cleantech sector. • Create opportunities for business growth and deliver excellence and value-added business support services to member companies. • Provide a leading edge networking forum for debate and discussion on cleantech sector trends and opportunities. • Lobby government on regulatory change to support the cleantech sector. • Promote collaboration between higher education, the scientific and research community and the cleantech sector in Greater Cambridge.www.cambridgecleantech.org.uk
  12. 12. The Offer • Events & Networking: introducing members to each other • Business Growth: supply chains developed, international customers attracted • Business Innovation Support: experts in residence, consultancy • Access to Finance: new cleantech angel group • Member Support: procurement discounts, job ads • Government Liaison: sector lobbying, regulatory change updateswww.cambridgecleantech.org.uk

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