Feature in National Geographic Daily News on Saturday 15th June 2013. http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/energy/2013/06/130614-scotland-whisky-waste-to-biofuel/
At the recent EIE13 Conference (Engage, Invest, Exploit 2013) on 9th May 2013 Celtic Renewables was one of 16 companies selected from over 100 applicants to pitch their business proposition to a panel of investors. The pitch was strictly 8 minutes maximum in length and then the investors had 7 minutes to ask follow up questions. The panel
At a recent Chemical Sciences Scotland event at the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh, Celtic Renewables engaged with Government Ministers and MSPs to introduce and explain about the company’s patented process and its activities. During the event, the First Minister Alex Salmond showed great interest in the potential of Celtic Renewables’ technology for Scotland, and how that technology
Celtic Renewables was recently included as the primary feature on a documentary report for the official TV station of the European Parliament. CLICK BELOW: http://www.europarltv.europa.eu/en/player.aspx?pid=209cfe7f-ce67-4e98-9a3e-a19a008d6b6c
Reuters News broadcast a new feature on Celtic Renewables on 1st Jan 2013. Celebrating the start of a new year with a whisky story – see link below. http://uk.reuters.com/video/2012/12/31/whisky-maker-mixes-drinking-and-driving?videoId=240201902
As the end of the year approaches the BBC website has featured a 52 question quiz covering the 52 weeks of 2012. This included a question about the Celtic Renewables announcement in September 2012. Click below to take on the quiz! http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-20761845 Good luck with the other questions!
At the highly prestigious Scottish Green Energy Awards in Edinburgh on Thursday 6th December 2012, Celtic Renewables was named as the winner of the Best Innovation Award. In front of a capacity audience of 1,000 guests in the stunning surroundings of the National Museum of Scotland, the award was presented to Martin Tangney and Mark
Bloomberg TV has broadcast a special feature on Celtic Renewables today, 22nd November 2012. Click below to watch the short film.
Celtic Renewables was one of a few high growth companies who were invited to showcase their patented technology to a range of leading representatives from the finance community in Scotland. The event which coincided with the annual Scottish Investment Bank Partners Dinner, was organised by Scottish Enterprise, HIE, and the Scottish Funding Council. The speakers at the
Scientist Professor Martin Tangney has been named Innovator of the Year by the Institute of Chemical Engineering in recognition of his work in converting whisky waste into biofuel. The founder and president of Edinburgh-based company Celtic Renewables was presented with the award at a ceremony in Manchester on Thursday 1st Nov 2012, by Colin Murray,