Rotawave cranks up £12m 'biocoal' deal with US investors

Jessica Shankleman

Cate Street Capital invests in technology to cut carbon emissions of coal-fired power plants

Scottish green energy startup Rotawave is to create up to 40 jobs after signing a $20m (£12.7m) deal with an American investor to commercialise its innovative microwave technology. Rotawave's parent...

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