Start-ups have until Friday to enter GE’s ecoimagination Challenge for low carbon solutions, which, in addition to prize money, will see entrants gain access to a $10 million investment fund.
Carbon-conscious start-ups have been targeted by GE’s new Ecomagination Challenge, which will see five winners awarded $100,000 cash, and a potential capital pledge of up to $10 million.
Green start-ups are becoming increasingly spoilt for choice with regard to funding programs, following the launch of the $200 million Clean Technology Innovation Program.
A University of Queensland associate professor will collaborate with a US biotech company on an innovative biofuel production system, thanks to an R&D contract facilitated by UniQuest.
I have stumbled across a few developments in the sustainability world recently that should provide Australian start-ups with food for thought.
Last week, the ACCC warned budding entrepreneurs to be wary of scammers that set up websites claiming to have access to government grant cash.
Sir Richard Branson has been dealt a blow after the competition watchdog blocked an alliance between his Virgin Blue brand and Air New Zealand.