TRANSPARENT WORLD, finalist Denmark

TRANSPARENT WORLD has invented a new material to replace indium tin oxide (ITO) used in applications ranging from green energy applications, information technologies to smart coatings.

SMERGY, finalist Berlin

SMERGY wants to become the GOOGLE of the energy market. And more interesting information to read about them in this blog.

CAMBOND, UK finalist

Third Prize Winner CleanLaunchpad 2014: CAMBOND has an idea for green glue that can replace the existing formaldehyde-containing (and so toxic) glues used in wood composites. Read all about it in this blog.

Feel the connection

One of the aims of CleanLaunchpad is connecting cleantech start-ups. First at National level, and in less then a month throughout Europe. After seeing the videoblog of boot camp Cyprus & Greece (2,5 mins), you’ll realize that we make it happen.

ADAPTAVATE, finalist UK

ADAPTAVATE wants to breathe a breath of fresh air in to the buildings of the future. They are re-thinking, re-making and providing solutions that are low carbon, compostable and create healthy buildings of the future. Read more about this UK finalist.

DESOLENATOR, finalist UK

DESOLENATOR is a patented technology that harnesses the power of the sun to transform salt water into drinking water. They will represent UK in CleanLaunchpad Grand EU Final in Valencia on October 29.

AQGRI+, Dutch finalist

Selling fresh water, compost and fish is what AQGRI+ wants to do. Read more about this Dutch finalist in CleanLaunchpad Grand EU Final.

GREENER THAN GRASS, finalist Hungary

GREENER THAN GRASS is a Hungarian start-up and one of the finalists of the CleanLaunchpad Grand EU Final in Valencia, October 29. This blog gives you a brief outline of what GREENER THAN GRASS is about, their aims and dreams. Enjoy the reading.

BIOMON, finalist Hungary

BIOMON is a Hungarian start-up and one of the finalists of the CleanLaunchpad Grand EU Final in Valencia, October 29. After reading this blog you’ll have an understanding of what BIOMON is about and how will it tackle climate change.

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