European Utilities Support UN Development Goals


Louis Brasington
Last month, the United National delegates came together in New York, assessing the progress for their Sustainable Development Goals. The focus this year was on how nations can provide access to affordable and reliable energy, water, and safe and resilient cities. The meeting marked three years since the UN committed to reaching universal access to affordable and clean energy by 2030. Large energy corporates have been actively involved in the push across the globe, deploying decentralized energy systems through partnering... Read More »

Why Elon Musk is Wrong – The Future of Hydrogen-Fuelled Transportation


Josh Gilbert
“Extremely silly,” “very difficult," “terrible” and “incredibly dumb.” A few choice words which suggest Elon Musk doesn’t believe in a future in which hydrogen-powered vehicles play a particularly important role. But he’s wrong. In this blog post, we aim to highlight some of the success stories in the sector, and suggest that there are in fact many reasons to be cheerful when imagining an (at least partly) hydrogen-powered future. The Argument Against Despite what we here at CTG see as... Read More »

Technological edge means business: why we’re adding patents to i3


Jules Besnainou
Each investor, innovation executive or business unit manager has their unique process to discover and evaluate companies in a technology area. However, they all share one key criterion to set companies apart: technological edge and the ability to protect it. With that in mind, we have been hard at work on a feature that would allow you to easily navigate a company's IP portfolio. And it is now ready! Here's what we just launched on i3 Connect: A tile showing US and... Read More »