Statkraft, Europe’s largest generator of renewable energy, has officially launched its new sustainable Scottish headquarters in Glasgow City Innovation District, at a celebration attended by representatives from the Scottish Government, politicians, and industry partners.
Today’s announcement by the UK Government Department for Science, Innovation and Technology confirms Glasgow’s share of £100 million Levelling Up funding for 11 ambitious local projects to further accelerate the Region’s booming innovation economy.
A University of Strathclyde-led collaboration to deliver a 100% renewable climate neutral and resilient Innovation District in Glasgow city centre has been awarded an Uncommon Collaboration grant worth more than £80,000 from Dalberg Catalyst.
Glasgow City Innovation District (GCID) will play host to its first Glasgow Tech Fest on Tuesday 26 April, aimed at supporting technology companies, entrepreneurs and the tech ecosystem in the city to flourish.
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The Garment Factory based Incremental Group have made their second acquisition of the year with Adatis. This Microsoft gold data analytics business will deepen Incremental's end-to-end digital transformation capabilities.
Great news for the University of Strathclyde spin-out, Smarter Grid Solutions, who have been acquired by Toyoko based Mitsubishi Electric. The company provides software connection renewable energy resources to the electricity grid.
This year's UN Climate Change Conference of Youth (COY16) will be hosted at the University of Strathclyde. COY16 is designed to help prepare young people for their participation in COP26 and ensure that the voice of youth is heard.
Glasgow City Council has become the first local authority to commit to creating opportunities for young citizens. This initiative aims to give all young people aged 16 to 24 the chance to succeed despite the impacts of COVID-19.
Glasgow Chamber of Commerce is piloting a new initiative through Circular Glasgow to highlight and encourage hospitality businesses to act on the global issue of food waste and its impact on climate change in the run-up to COP26