Cambridge Zero is bringing together a portfolio of cutting-edge research around Climate Change, here at the University of Cambridge. Core themes of research are: zero-carbon energy transformation, health and society, resources and production, resilient futures, cities / transport and infrastructure, and carbon drawdown / climate repair.
The University of Cambridge Institute for Sustainability Leadership (CISL) is a globally influential Institute developing leadership and solutions for a sustainable economy. Our interdisciplinary research engagement builds the evidence base for practical action, through a focus on six cross-cutting themes critical to the delivery of the SDGs: sustainable finance, economic innovation, inclusive development, natural capital, future cities and leadership.
Echion is a leading battery materials company providing advanced technology to solve some of the world’s biggest electrification and decarbonisation challenges. We specialise in the development and supply, at scale, of anode materials based on a mixed niobium oxide, XNO®. This unique material enables cell manufacturers to build Li-ion cells with market-leading safety, cycle-life, and fast-charging capabilities. XNO® is a differentiated battery material providing a technical and commercial advantage in high-value, fast-growing markets, that is not available with other anode technologies. XNO® meets the needs of heavy duty, industrial working environments, where end-users require unrivalled levels of safety, and low total cost of ownership. Echion Technologies formed in2017 in the labs of the University of Cambridge Engineering Department, where CEO, Jean de La Verpilliere, and CTO, Alex Groombridge, studied and worked. The company is based in Sawston and has recently moved into expanded facilities giving more lab space for product development and testing.
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The Cambridge Climate Society only accepts sponsorship from companies and organisations whose principles and actions align with those of the Paris Agreement.