BusinessGreen Technology Awards - Meet the winners
BusinessGreen profiles some of the most exciting clean tech companies working in the UK today
Last November, around 200 executives, investors and entrepreneurs from across the UK clean tech sector gathered in East London to celebrate the inaugural BusinessGreen Technology Awards.
Now, BusinessGreen profiles each of the winners and explores what it takes to succeed in the fast expanding clean tech industry.
Unilever's Victoria Murtazina reveals the story behind the award-winning compressed deodorants technology, why some inventions shouldn't be patented, and what it's like to be part of the business world's 'good gang'
Marine energy award winner talks to BusinessGreen about how its testing tank can help marine technologies better prepare for the hardships of ocean deployment
Limejump hails fast expanding (virtual) power plant and asks if the energy market is ripe for an 'Uber moment'
Company reports rapid expansion, as growing number of businesses won over by flexible demand management proposition and promise of easy to access financial incentives
R&D Programme of the Year award winner reveals how using integrated natural solutions in urban environments can cut on costs as well as boosting life quality
Transformational £1.2bn telecom tower deal promises to cut emissions and provide the fuel cell sector with the scale it needs to bring down costs still further
The BusinessGreen Technology Award winner explains how it took waste plastic from the world's oceans and turned it into pristine new bottles
How BusinessGreen's future city of the year award winner is bringing greater control of energy systems to suppliers in emerging economies
BusinessGreen talks to the winner of its Biotechnology of the Year award on how its Eversa technology could drastically improve the green credentials of biodiesel production
Breakthrough of the Year award winner Q-Bot is the sturdy little robot that aims to deliver affordable underfloor insulation to Britain's leakiest homes
BusinessGreen's Transport Technology award winner explains how its anti-idling technology can allow businesses to keep mobile power while saving emissions
Toby Peters, chief executive of Dearman and winner of BusinessGreen's Innovator of the Year Award, explains why context is key in clean tech marketing
Social Impact Technology Award winner BuffaloGrid tells BusinessGreen how its solar power hubs are connecting remote communities
BusinessGreen talks to the winner of its 2015 Solar Innovation of the Year Award on how its home energy storage system could have big benefits for solar and beyond
Membrane technology specialist and winner of the Clean and Cool Award for International Impact, fills BusinessGreen in on its plans for international expansion
BusinessGreen talks to the winner of its 2015 App of the Year Award on how its novel pledging platform could have big benefits for businesses