Project details

Funding body: European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)


  • University of Exeter
  • University of Bristol
  • Bristol City Council
  • Regen South West

Dates: 2011-2013

Project summary

The Environmental Technologies iNet was a £2m programme running until 2013 to assist Environmental Goods and Services businesses in the South West of England to innovate their products and services faster, improve their competitiveness and market awareness and develop new routes to market. The iNet provided a central gateway of publically funded support for the south west low carbon economy and aimed to simplify the process of accessing innovation and business support while maximising the benefit for high growth environmental companies.

Professor Jim Longhurst is the UWE Bristol Lead for the Environmental iNet and Professor Enda Hayes is the Business Support Manager for the initiative.

Please email Professor Enda Hayes at for more details.

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