Innovative solutions can come from the most unlikely places, as was discovered by Green Fuels Research. In 2023, the company launched Firefly Green Fuels as a spin-out venture with a focus on transforming sewage sludge into a sustainable fuel for aviation.
RepAir Carbon has developed Direct Air Capture (DAC) technology that requires less energy than alternative offerings, which lowers costs and its environmental impact.
In this weekly roundup, we see how the negotiations taking place at COP28 are driving demand for disruptive technologies.
Founded by Craig Wallington and Dan Sherrard-Smith, MotherTree has created a platform that enables purpose-driven businesses to reduce the carbon footprint of their banking systems and pension provision. Having started its journey in 2022, the UK-based startup is already approaching profitability.
Nova Innovation has secured EU funding for a 4MW tidal energy farm off Orkney that will be home to the largest number of tidal turbines anywhere in the world.
Swedish heat pump firm Aira has launched in the UK, pledging to create 8,000 jobs as part of a £300m investment.
In this weekly roundup of disruptive technology, we delve into the world of artificial intelligence (AI) as a driver of sustainable transformation.
Inoqo has created a novel solution that helps companies to understand the environmental impacts of food and beverage products. The Austrian startup was founded in 2020, by Hélène Saurais, Markus Linder, Simon Haberfellner, Bernhard Schandl, Doris Wimmer and Elisa Gramlich.
In 2017, four entrepreneurial co-founders banded together to establish BeeHero, a precision technology startup based in Fresno, California and Israel’s Tel Aviv. With $64 million invested to date, plus a further $4 million in awarded grants, BeeHero is advancing its mission to future-proof global food supplies.
With COP28 fast approaching, we explore the latest trends in sustainable innovation and disruptive technology.