The funding, from EU innovation agency EIT Climate-KIC, will be used to to deliver cutting-edge low carbon projects and business support programmes in 2018.
Five cutting-edge start-ups hoping to make their millions from climate innovations are starting their journey on the prestigious Climate-KIC Accelerator Stage 2 at ECCI.
Start-up MiAlgae, which is progressing through the three-stage Climate-KIC Accelerator programme at ECCI, has received funding from investors.
ECCI start-ups have scooped two of the five top prizes at Bright Red Sparks.
ClimateXChange, Scotland’s centre of expertise connecting climate change research and policy, has received total funding of nearly £2 million for the next 12 months.
ECCI’s Head of Enterprise & Innovation Ed Craig has been shortlisted for the “Inspirational Business Leader” award by The Committee of Causeway.
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Scotland must rise to the ambitious targets set out in the Climate Change Bill, says ECCI Director Andy Kerr.
Douglas Martin, founder and Managing Director of ECCI start-up MiAlgae has been named Shell LiveWIRE Young Entrepreneur of the Year
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