Save the date: BusinessGreen Technology Festival slated for December launch

Inaugural event takes place on 5 December

BusinessGreen Technology Festival 2019

BusinessGreen Technology Festival 2019

Investment Week sister-title BusinessGreen will this autumn host the UK's first green technology festival, bringing together clean tech start-ups, blue chip corporate giants, and leading investors to explore how to accelerate the deployment of cutting-edge green technologies.

From smart grids and renewable energy to electric vehicles and green buildings, emerging technologies are critical to the UK's efforts to meet its world-leading carbon targets. However, many new clean technologies are still not being deployed fast enough, nor at sufficient scale, as investment levels fail to keep track with projected requirements and businesses struggle to unlock the huge cost and environmental benefits emerging green systems can bring.  The new BusinessGreen Technology Festival aims to help tackle some of the barriers to deployment by showcasing many of the most exci...

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