We have exciting news to announce about GreenSoul Project partners. On 13 March Cambridge Cleantech and Allia Ltd. partners met with MCIC, Morocco Climate Innovation Center, at the Future Business Centre at Cambridge, which is one of the Project’s pilot sites. MCIC was created in 2014 with the support of the World Bank / infoDev’s Climate Technology Program (CTP). The center is part of a global network of Climate Innovation Centers and represents the first clean-tech hub in the region of Morocco.
— Cambridge Cleantech (@CambCleantech) 13 March 2017
The same day Allia and Cambridge Cleantech also met with the representatives of Pavegen, a London-based clean tech company who have created a technology that turns footsteps into electricity. Originally working with a singular tile which generates electricity from footsteps, Pavegen now offeres an entire array of three multi-functional component parts that once installed turns kinetic energy from our footsteps into cost-free electrical energy.