- £4 Million grant scheme to assist companies in commercialising ideas.
- Facilitate 200 Greentech apprenticeships with SMEs within 2 years.
- Work in partnership to find new markets for export.
We intend that Greentech South will become a self-sustaining cluster, providing valuable support to around 250 member organisations. To this end, we will:
- Build a strong network of active companies with clear areas of special interest.
- Create a thriving and internationally recognised world class Cluster.
As part of meeting this commitment, this site has been created to provide a place for new contacts to join and become involved too.
As Greentech South develops, we aim to provide a wealth of benefits to our Members. Over time, we hope these will extend to:
To support our Members further, the site hosts specialist interest groups on the following topics: Bluetech, Circular Economy, Environmental, Finance, Innovation, Low Carbon, Renewable Energies, Skills & Education, SME Development and Transport and Logistics.
So please join up and get involved with the specialist interest groups that interest you, and be amongst the first to hear what we can do to help your organisation.
The Greentech South team
Greentech South (GTS) is the UK's first ESCA accredited cleantech network. Since 2014, Future South and GTS have been helping business transform their innovative, low carbon ideas into commercialised products and services - stimulating sustainable economic growth and creating job opportunities in the green economy. We work with higher education institutions, businesses and public bodies to support collaboration on innovation and research and to capitalise on the world class research in the Solent region.
In 2018, Greentech South became a part of the Clean Growth UK network. Clean Growth UK is a national university-led business network that catalyses clean and green business innovation and growth.We help businesses get to the next level with access to university R&D expertise and facilities, business commercialisation advice and coaching, investor pitch preparation support and investor introductions.
Clean Growth UK is delivered by its three regional hubs: The University of Brighton’s Green Growth Platform, the University of Portsmouth’s Greentech South and Liverpool John Moores University.
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