Concerns related to next generation energy and the environment are taking on greater importance in the world in general, and the world of business in particular.
We work with private sector entrepreneurs and developers, venture capital and private equity investors, technology developers, public sector institutions and governments, and those in Cleantech industry sectors, such as agriculture and nutrition, enabling technologies, environmental information technology, materials recovery and recycling, transportation and logistics, air quality, clean energy, generation/storage/efficiency/infrastructure, materials sciences and nanotechnology, manufacturing and industrial, and water purification and management.
Cleantech encompasses a broad range of products, services and processes designed to reduce or eliminate environmental impacts. Cleantech is also increasingly understood to include any technology that promotes the more efficient use and re-use of the earth's resources in industrial production and consumption.
Although many companies within Cleantech industry sectors are very different, they share a common trait: all use new, innovative technology to create products and services that compete favourably with existing products and services on price and performance while reducing impact on the environment.
Cleantech’s origins are rooted in an increasing demand for clean forms of energy generation, and also refer to an emerging financial asset class of clean technologies. Clean technologies are expansive and include alternative energy projects, wastewater treatment, and resource-efficient industrial processes to name only a few.
Our Cleantech practitioners have in-depth knowledge of the industry sectors they serve and a clear understanding of the business goals of companies at every stage of their growth in this evolving area.
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