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“Where cleantech innovation abounds”: Cleantech Commons a hub for innovation and commercialization

Writing about Ontario’s “world-class clean technology ecosystem” in its new publication, “Where cleantech innovation abounds,” Invest Ontario calls Cleantech Commons “a growing hub for driving innovation and commercialization in clean, green and low/zero-carbon technology.” Cleantech Commons executive director, Martin Yuill, describes the focus of…

Cleantech Commons and Urban Living Futures Partner to Promote Canadian Cleantech Innovation

New Cleantech Innovation Portal provides access to commercial opportunities for cleantech companies through a virtual marketplace that brings together city-makers, innovators and investors to accelerate the impact of innovation in communities. Cleantech Commons has launched the “Cleantech Innovation Portal” to help Canadian ventures in…

Cleantech Commons “leading the charge for cleantech commercialization” – “essential to bolster Canada’s reputation for innovation”

In an article titled “Canada needs to boost its clean technology sector,” The Globe & Mail identifies Trent University as “[an] academic institution leading the charge for cleantech commercialization.” “Recognizing the need to nurture commercialization in the clean technology sector, [Trent’s] Cleantech Commons is…

Cleantech Commons and Bioenterprise partner to advance clean technology innovations – collaboration brings agritech & food accelerator services to research park clients

A newly-announced partnership is bringing accelerator services to Cleantech Commons. This collaboration is designed to boost a key service offering to future research park tenants. Cleantech Commons is the new 85-acre research park affiliated with Trent University in Peterborough, Ontario. The organization recently signed…

“2021 is set to be an exciting year for Cleantech Commons”: construction ‘on track’ at Canada’s newest research park

“Cleantech Commons hasn’t let a global pandemic slow its development down,” writes Keaton Robbins of Peterborough & the Kawarthas Economic Development. In an article entitled “Cleantech Commons Construction On Track, Multi-tenant Announcement Looming“, Martin Yuill, the research park’s executive director, tells Robbins: “despite everything that…

Happy New Year to the Cleantech Commons Community

At the start of this new – and hopefully “improved” – year, we would like to take a moment to thank our entire community for your continued interest in, and support for, all things Cleantech Commons™. We greatly appreciate all your engagement, enthusiasm, and…

Building the foundations for a cluster of clean innovation

With a focus on researching, creating, and commercializing clean technology products, services, and technologies that aim to both increase performance and reduce negative environmental impacts, Cleantech Commons™ research park is creating a unique cluster of growth companies, spin-out, spinoff, and startup ventures, and corporate…

Servicing Resumed at Cleantech Commons 

Anyone who regularly uses Pioneer Road on Trent University’s East Bank will know that the site of Cleantech Commons is currently a hive of activity! Municipal services – previously provided to the entrance of the research park – are now being extended into Cleantech…