People across Scotland are being invited to explore a range of free strategy and entrepreneurship tools as part of an EU-funded project at ECCI.
14 cutting-edge Scottish start-ups hoping to make their millions from climate innovations today moved into ECCI.
ECCI residents SCCS will help teach the world’s first open online course exploring climate change and carbon capture and storage technology.
The University has announced that it will complete its transition out of fossil fuel investments within three years.
Our award-winning low carbon building will play host to two interactive events at the 2018 Edinburgh International Science Festival.
ECCI’s resident community energy consultants Scene Connect picked up two prestigious Rushlight Awards this week.
ECCI visited Shanghai this week to support the latest phase in the development of China's first low carbon technology college.
ECCI residents Industrial Nature and Hemp Eyewear have won support worth more than £100,000 in the UK's largest funding competition, Scottish EDGE.
ECCI is on the hunt for a new batch of budding Scottish entrepreneurs eager to take their markets by storm.
ECCI Director Andy Kerr spoke to the Irish Citizens' Assembly about achieving climate change ambitions.