The ECCI-supported start-up planning to ‘Uber-ise’ the energy market has been shortlisted to take part in Duke of York-founded competition.
Applications are now open for the centre's Climate-KIC Accelerator. Join the 22 start-ups who have already bagged over £1.75 million and scooped an impressive 54 awards.
The free evening event on Thursday 6 June will include talks from University of Edinburgh professor and author Dave Reay and Nourish Scotland's Pete Ritchie.
Rising to the climate challenge will unlock huge benefits from exciting new innovations and industries to healthier, smarter cities both locally and globally, says the centre's Interim Director.
We catch up with Jim Laidlaw, founder of ECCI-supported start-up Boxergy, about his plans to disrupt the domestic energy market.
The centre is looking for a dynamic postgraduate researcher to produce recommendations on City Climate Commissions for Edinburgh.
In a recent blog for SSN, newly appointed Chair, Kate Dapré reflects on the Scottish public sector’s response to the climate change challenge and to global sustainability concerns.
Listen to the IPCC and ClimateXChange panel discussion on climate action in small regions, with experts from around the world.
A joint initiative of the University of Edinburgh, Shanghai Jaio Tong University and Shanghai Lingang City, the ECCI-inspired college encourages climate innovation in China and around the world.
The programme matches postgraduate students with a wide range of organisations to provide meaningful research work opportunities.