Latest news and updates from the STBAH
An exciting project from the Centre for Sustainable Chemical Technologies where they use the latest development in catalysis and synthetic chemistry to transform sugars, nature’s building block, into renewable and degradable alternatives to petrochemical materials.Read More
The University of Bath-backed SETsquared Partnership, the world’s No 1 business incubator, is forecast to contribute nearly £27bn to the UK economy and create more than 22,000 jobs over the next 12 years.Read More
The Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub (STBAH) which is a programme dedicated to helping set up and grow a new generation of innovative small firms in the sustainable technologies sector is offering a free 2-day workshop on Monday 8th & Tuesday 9th October at the Engine Shed, Bristol.
Now is a critical time for the onshore wind industry in the UK, with growing evidence that it is the cheapest form of low carbon electricity generation at scale. The case for government to reverse its current policy of discouraging onshore wind has never been stronger.
On Thursday 12th July, Low Carbon South West and the University of Bath ran the second in a series of workshops for the European Regional Development Funded STBAH (Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub) programme, a project providing free bespoke support and coaching to start-ups and scale-upsRead More
Our own programme - the Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub (STBAH) can connect organisation and help collaborate with the right contacts at the CSCT by offering bespoke support. Organisations are already seeing the benefits from working with us.Read More
Researchers at the University of Bath have created a cheap, sustainable and recyclable device for detecting toxic compounds in water - a revolutionary microbial-base paper sensor has been developed.Read More
The Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub offers bespoke business support and coaching to help innovative companies in the West of England achieve their potential. The support is FREE and funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF). Watch the video which helps highlight the benefits of the programme…Read More
Once complete, Aurora will consist of six storeys and key ‘green’ features including rooftop mounted solar panels, intelligent LED lighting, water saving technology and an emphasis on creating a healthy working environment, with fresh air and plenty of natural light from the floor to ceiling glazing. There will be bicycle storage facilities, lockers and showers on site.Read More