The Green Way was established in 2010 as Dublin’s cleantech cluster, to stimulate economic growth and employment in the green economy. The Green Way is a collaborative cluster, recognised by government as a convergence of knowledge, expertise and experience which is stimulating transformational change for the Irish cleantech sector through deployment of best practice clean technology solutions.
Its founding members are Dublin Airport Authority (DAA), Dublin City University (DCU), Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), Dublin City Council (DCC), Fingal County Council (FCC), North Dublin Chamber of Commerce (NDCC) and Ballymun Regeneration Ltd (BRL). ESB and Magnet Networks are engaged as corporate partners to the cluster.
Its founders have demonstrated their long term commitment to The Green Way, and are collectively working to bring together the public sector, academia, industry and consumers, collectively driving greater innovation outputs for all players, and stimulating economic growth and employment in the Irish cleantech sector.
The Green Way (TGW) is benchmarked with similar successful clusters, including Copenhagen, San Diego and Eco-World Styria. In each case city leaders have developed strong visions for their city and work closely with cluster organisations, achieving greater impact for their regions through collaboration than was achieved prior to engagement with the cluster.
What do we do? – put simply, we support the diffusion of innovative clean technologies. We connect organisations that have developed clean technology products and solutions (in energy, waste, water) with growth opportunities.
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