10 July 2012 – Bennett Clayton today announced it has been selected as one of the top 30 cleantech companies in the Australian Clean Technologies Competition 2012 which is part of the international CleanTech Open competition.
Australian CleanTech Managing Director John O’Brien said the top 30 had been selected from a record field of 104 entrants that represents the best in Australian clean technology innovation and opportunity. The 30 semi-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.
Dr Marc Newson, CleanTech Supplier Advocate said, “Going by the calibre of entrants for this year’s competition, Australian cleantech is extremely well placed to prosper at home and in the global market. Some of the technologies on display are world-class.”