Cleantech Commons

Editorial: We Went to Cleantech Commons So You Don't Have To
The Arthur Editors ventured to the site of Trent's clean technology park to get a sense of what might one day be only to discover some beautiful City-built-and-paid-for roads, a few benches, and a roundabout amid a snowy, but doubtlessly shovel-ready, field.
Trent Gets City's Go-Ahead for Energy Storage System Application
In what was to be a rather short and uneventful Council meeting in terms of discussion, Councillors were tasked with ratifying a number of significant items including granting their support for a battery energy storage project on Trent University’s lands known as the North-End Peterborough Storage System, which will be built by Atura Power on property leased to them by Trent.
Noblegen's Acquisition By Solar Biotech Bolsters Hope For Partnership With Trent's Cleantech Commons
Noblegen, the Peterborough biotechnology company founded by Adam Noble, was acquired by Solar Biotech on July 25th. Both Noble and Trent University are hopeful that this will bolster the planned partnership between the company and Trent's planned green technology research and innovation park, Cleantech Commons.
Radio Free Arthur
The Arthur crew are back, beleaguered, and in the studio for the first time this year. With a busy week of ReFrame reviews bogging them down, they discuss the entries for this year's documentary film festival, some exciting new about Cleantech Commons, and a brand new segment from the courts, courtesy of Arthur's own sports correspondent
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