Clean Growth UK is delivered across the North by Liverpool John Moores University.
The Faculty of Engineering and Technology at Liverpool John Moores University plays a unique role in fusing industry and academia together, to promote value-added engagement and help strengthen the culture of innovation within the university and the business community. It leads and delivers a range of business innovation programmes, including Low Carbon Eco-Innovatory, LCR4.0, LCR Activate, Maritime SuperSkills and Local-i.
Your menu of support
Support available through the North hub:
Accelerate product development with technical expertise and facilities at one of our university hubs.
- Product development
- Testing and verification
- Innovation funding and grants
- Student projects
Clean Growth Fast Track
Clean Growth Fast Track is a 90-day competitive programme that combines university R&D support with the key ingredients to making new ideas commercially successful.
Our team has extensive local knowledge and can link you to business support and funding schemes across the region.
Interested? Join us, and arrange a Discovery Meeting with one of our advisers to kick-off your support.
Meet the team
As Clean Growth UK Project Manager (LJMU), Tony manages the CGUK team at Liverpool John Moores University. Much of his time working with businesses has been devoted to environmental support and since arriving at LJMU 5 years ago, he has been helping businesses to grow with a focus towards low carbon innovation.
Sharlene brings over 25 years’ experience in project management for large business support contracts, with both EU & UK funded projects and programmes. She has also ran her own consultancy business, where she provided project management and business support to public, private and third sector organisations.
Industrial Proposal Writer
Neale’s work involves assisting businesses and academics in attaining funding and developing comprehensive bids. After completing his Masters degree in mechanical engineering, Neale applied his passion for sustainable technologies to a PhD with the ‘Centre for Engineering Sustainability’ at the University of Liverpool.