on Tuesday January 4, 2022
Grants & Funding Opportunities for ClimateTech, CleanTech and Circular Economy Companies
In this article, we share some of the climate-focused funding opportunities that we have come across in our work for clients of our sustainability marketing agency Orange Bird. Our goal in doing so is to provide a resource that helps connect the players for climate action with funding opportunities to effectively advance their work.More
on Tuesday August 25, 2020
7 Waste-to-Energy Projects in WasteAdvantage Magazine
While cooperating with a cleantech company, we did research on technologies that enable sustainable transformation of waste into clean energy.
We discovered a variety of absolutely amazing waste-to-energy companies producing electricity from soya beans, methanol from non-compostable solid waste, and plasma gasification plants.
As a result, we described such projects in an article, which got published by the WasteAdvantage Magazine.
Check it out to discover what waste-to-energy technologies are on the market as well as who and how can benefit from such projects.
on Tuesday July 21, 2020
Elemental Water Makers’ Solution in the Solar Impulse Foundation’s Blog
The Solar Impulse Foundation is well-known for its challenge of selecting 1000 solutions that can protect the environment in a profitable way. Elemental Water Makers is among these solutions.
In order to increase the visibility of EWM among potential customers and investors, we wrote an article about their technology for the Solar Impulse Foundation’s website.
Read the article to find out how Elemental Water Makers’ solution makes seawater drinkable with zero harm to the environment while creating a profit for a small island community in the Philippines.
on Friday May 29, 2020
A Use Case of Ecological Desalination for the Water Quality Products Magazine
In order to raise awareness about Elemental Water Makers’ technology among the professional community and potential customers, Orange Bird has written an article describing how EWM built a solar-powered seawater reverse osmosis (RO) plant, which now provides the community of a small island in the Philippines with 5,000 liters of fresh water a day with zero carbon emissions.
The editor of WQP Mag placed it in the June 2020 issue as “Off-Grid Solution” and on the website. Read the article to learn about the desalination process, which is both ecological and economical.
on Sunday June 9, 2019
Highlights of Cleantech Forum Europe 2019
Brief summary of this article:
- The Setting
- The Opening of the Forum
- Two Days of Cleantech Analysis and Inspiration
- What’s Next?
Stockholm has become the host for Cleantech Forum Europe for the second time and we definitely know why: from the moment of landing in the city’s airport you feel both the culture of innovation and the focus on climate change mitigation: you are reminded about it literally at every step of the Arlanda airport.
The city itself is built on 14 islands. As a result, the city is uniquely beautiful. However, the beauty of this Northern Venice is so tender and fragile in spring that you cannot help but want to preserve it. Such a worthwhile business case for innovating with clean technologies in view of the imminent climate crisis!More