Aeratron announced as a finalist in the Australian Clean Technologies Competition
Aeratron proudly announces that it has been selected as a finalist in the Australian Clean Technologies Competition 2012.
The competition is a Government sponsored initiative to identify the best ways of addressing the challenges of climate change and sustainability. The seven finalists were chosen from a national field of entrants across the spectrum of clean technology activity, which includes transportation, smart power, green grid, energy storage, green building, renewable energy, energy efficiency, and air water and waste management.
“We are very excited,” said Managing Director Ole Stockhausen.
“The announcement validates the global potential of Aeratron’s products to deliver greater energy efficiency to consumers, businesses and other organisations. The support and access to expertise resulting from the Australian CleanTech Competition is helping us to position our business for international success”.
The Australian Clean Technologies Competition 2012, part of the Cleantech Open based in the USA, was launched by the Parliamentary Secretary for Industry and Innovation Mark Dreyfus. The Competition is an initiative of the Gillard Government’s $58.4 million ‘Buy Australian at Home and Abroad’ initiative, and is supported by Enterprise Connect, Commercialisation Australia, CSIRO and Austrade. The competition is managed by Australian CleanTech ? a private research and advisory business. (www.cleantechopen.com.au)