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LanzaTech lauded by World Economic Forum

John Kerr posted in on August 30th, 2012.

The World Economic Forum has included the NZ biofuel company Lanzatech in its selection of Technology Pioneers –  the world’s most innovative technology start-ups. These industry-changing companies are being recognized for their potential to transform the future of business and society. Their achievements will be honoured at the Forum’s Annual Meeting of the New Champions […]

Dominion Post: We’re clean, we’re green: now’s the time for us to get clever, too

Peter Griffin posted in on January 17th, 2011.

In an opinion piece in the Dominion Post, sp0kesman David Shearer argues that New Zealand needs to catch up in terms of investment in, and recognition of the importance of, clean-tech. A small number of New Zealand companies are already involved in the industry, producing technologies able to convert algae into fuel, solid waste into […]

PODCAST: The business of clean technology

Peter Griffin posted in on August 20th, 2008.

As Rod Oram wrote in his Sunday Star Times column of August 24, the world has begun “historic shifts in technology, economics and politics” to deal with the impacts of climate change and one spin-off is the emerging market for clean technology. A handful of fledgling local clean technology players were on hand at last week’s Climate Change […]

A round-up of media coverage of FRST funding

Peter Griffin posted in on July 12th, 2008.

Lanzatech’s $12 million funding win for a cleaner alternative to petrol, primary-sector funding boosted and money directed into research in the shellfish industry – some of the stories looking at the FRST carve up of research, science and technology funding. New Zealand Herald Plenty of funding allocated for primary sector Nelson scientists get $14.8m to expand […]

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