Electric vehicles infrastructure company Chargemaster has raised new growth funds as it looks to build out into Europe.
If you missed the annual New Energy & Cleantech Awards, we've provided a photo round up of the evening.
As ever, our annual New Energy & Cleantech Awards brought together the best of the industry and highlighted some groundbreaking developments.
An initial public offering is never an easy thing to get away, especially in a market of fluctuating valuations. We find out how the clean technology company Xeros went about achieving the feat and what it has in store for the future.
From Investor of the Year to New Energy Champion of the Year, GrowthBusiness puts the winners in front of the camera and asks what has gone into producing such a successful year.
Tackling two big global problems in sanitation and energy generation, Loowatt tells GrowthBusiness all about the novel technology.
With new energy and clean technology offering entrepreneurs a number of new opportunities, Mark Robinson represents a business builder who has directed his company to take advantage of the growing market.
Having launched a pilot of its waterless toilet system in sub-Saharan Africa and received interest from music festivals in the UK, Loowatt was awarded Innovator of the Year during an evening dedicated to celebrating success in the clean technology and renewables market.
Cleantech businesses and projects are notoriously difficult to get off the ground, with cyclical changes in the cost-effectiveness and market potential for technologies having a big impact.
Recognising those who play a pivotal role in the process and shaping of the future green energy and cleantech industries, companies, entrepreneurs, investors and specialist advisers.
Heat recovery business Bowman Power has raised £3 million of new growth capital so that it can grow its footprint.
Xeros is set to build on the venture capital funding it has already received by floating on London's Alternative Investment Market.
Weed management business Weedingtech has added to the funding it received in the summer of 2013 by bagging a further £750,000.
Cleantech start-up Iceotope has closed its Series A fundraising round with help from venture capital firm Aster Capital.
Technology commercialisation investor Imperial Innovations has led a £5.1 million investment into cleantech business Econic Technologies.
Visiting Colorado with the best of the UK cleantech sector to develop contacts with investors and partners.
Green Biologics has now raised over £28 million of venture capital investment following an eight-figure Series B round.
AIM-listed Hydrodec Group has raised £20 million to help pay down its debt.
Private client investment business Connection Capital has facilitated a £4.1 million fundraising for Earthmill.
PVC Recycling is planning on developing satellite depots around the UK after securing £500,000 of new growth capital.
From a council estate in Liverpool to a public market exit, young business builder Mark Pearson has always been at the forefront of innovation and market trends.
Recruiting for fast-growth businesses is a key component to maintaining development, but is a task fraught with issues involving time, talent pool, resources and intuition.
Funding constraints can be terminal for growth businesses, which is why follow-on support must become a key component of an investor and company relationship.
Research report into the top-performing 100 companies below the FTSE 350 and on AIM.