LONDON, March 11, 2015 / PRNewswire – CleanEquity® Monaco 2015, hosted by Innovator Capital, closed on Friday 6th March with an awards ceremony and address by the event co-founder His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco who said:
“I am grateful to Innovator Capital for organising and hosting this conference… which has gone from strength to strength… a testament to the importance of the work that you are all engaged in. … Our intention when we created this conference, was to shine a light on innovative technologies.”
The 8th year of the world’s preeminent emerging cleantech and resource efficiency conference certainly realised its intention; showcasing a number of disruptive technologies.
The Nano Membrane Toilet (UK) won the award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Research – the runner up was Azotic Technologies (UK).
Emefcy (Israel) won the award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Development – the runner up was Liquid Light (USA).
LUXeXceL (Netherlands) won the award for Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Commercialisation – the runner up was Algenol Biofuels (USA).
LUXeXceL also received the Porter Novelli Global Impact Award.
The audience included specialist financial investors, corporate venturers, strategic acquirers, established industry representatives, key policy makers, government officials, end users and global media.
The invitation only event featured 28 presenting companies from 12 countries, which were sourced and screened by Innovator Capital, the London based investment bank, with help from international partners in Asia, Europe, Australasia, North America and South America.
Mungo Park, Chairman of Innovator Capital and CleanEquity Monaco co-founder, said:
“I am eternally grateful to His Serene Highness, all speakers, sponsors and delegates for contributing their valuable time, at their own expense to support and encourage innovation. Year-on-year we showcase best in class, disruptive technologies, year-on-year the quality must continue to improve. I am pleased to say that even with the widening diversity of the companies selected to present, we have achieved this objective once again. Thank you.”
CleanEquity thanks, in particular: Covington & Burling, Porter Novelli, Cranfield University, The Climate Group, PR Newswire, Clean and Cool Mission, the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco, the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, the Monaco Chamber of Economic Development, the International University of Monaco and the Societe des Bains de Mer de Monaco.
CleanEquity Monaco will be returning to the Principality of Monaco in March 2016.
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