Seawater Greenhouse scoops £150,000 national Shell Springboard prize

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 (L-R) Shell's UK chair Sinead Lynch with Charlie Paton and Karl Fletcher of Springboard winner Seawater Greenhouse | Credit: Shell
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(L-R) Shell's UK chair Sinead Lynch with Charlie Paton and Karl Fletcher of Springboard winner Seawater Greenhouse | Credit: Shell

UK start up saw off competition from five other early stage low carbon businesses to win Shell prize funding

Seawater Greenhouse, a UK developer of technology to help grow vegetables in water scarce regions, has secured £150,000 in prize funding after being crowned the national winner of the 2018 Shell Springboard...

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