Triteq Sponsor Cleantech 2016

| Events, Sustainable Design

If Innovation is the spur to lift the economy to create economic sustainable growth then a key focus for 2016 is the energy market and how we use new products and services to reduce environmental impact and increase our capacity for renewables. By addressing climate change and the UK’s impact on global warming, the Government has set some tough targets but with some positive steps forward in the wind power industry and the ongoing development of wave and tidal power, it is hoped the 2020 commitment of a 34% reduction in our greenhouse gas emissions by 2020 and 80% by 2050 can still be achieved. 

Join Triteq and the 36 venture ready technology finalists on 11th February 2016 at the Royal Institution in London as they present to an audience of investors, buyers and industry specialists. 

Cleantech is the UK’s most dynamic and growing sector, worth over £120 billion, one area of the economy expected to maintain positive growth rates for the future and a key employment sector.

This exciting and diverse energy innovations event is just a few weeks away and as co-sponsors, we are delighted to confirm that Triteq clients can benefit from a special ticket rate. Please contact us before 20th January if you would like to benefit from a discounted delegate rate. Please email to receive your Triteq client discount code.

The presentations will take place in the Faraday Theatre, home of the world-renowned Christmas Lectures, with networking and exhibitors housed in the beautiful first-floor surroundings, including the Georgian Room and the Library of The Royal Institution in Mayfair. 

Triteq has an outstanding portfolio of successful energy and environment projects, working with established companies, entrepreneurs, start-ups and investors. Talk to us today or arrange a visit, we always enjoy starting new conversations. 

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