30 Dec '13, 12am

[Business Green] Solar and smart grid SMEs secure £1.7m from East Anglia University

A solar farm developer, smart meter technology firm, and energy monitoring company have received a total of £1.7m backing from the University of East Anglia's Low Carbon Innovation fund. Fund manager Turquoise International confirmed the investments earlier this month, that included £750,000 to Colchester-based Push Energy as part of a £1.5m funding round to develop large-scale ground mounted solar farms. FURTHER READING Scottish solar industry hits 100MW milestone Green Investment Bank backs Merseyside waste to energy plant Cambridge based AMiHo received £200,000 to help it commercialise its wireless control technologies for smart energy management applications. GEO, also based in Cambridge, secured £750,000 for its plan to roll-out energy consumption monitoring solutions. The Low Carbon Innovation fund invests in small and medium sized businesses within the East of Engla...

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