Articles by: Neil Huff

Foresight and BDC Capital Provide Financing to Help Change Environmental Landscape

Two Canadian Cleantech Startups Gain Funding for Transformative Clean Technologies Vancouver, BC “ March 10, 2015 “ Foresight Clean Technology Accelerator is pleased to announce that it is the first clean technology accelerator in Canada to partner with BDC Capital (BDC), through its convertible note program, which supports promising Canadian startup cleantech companies. œOur first […]

Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre is Moving

Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre is excited to announce that we are moving into our own office and lab-space, with room for our clients! As of March 1, 2015 our coordinates are as follows: Foresight Cleantech Accelerator Centre 12960 84th Avenue, Unit 210 Surrey, BC V3W 1K7 P:  604.245.0042 F:   604.245.0037

Energy Aware, a Foresight Alumni, Secures Funding & Changes Company Name to Neurio Technology Inc.

Company’s Unique Home Intelligence Platform Turns Regular Devices and Appliances into Smart Devices through a Single Home Sensor, to Deliver Security, Comfort and Energy Savings December 16, 2014, Vancouver, Canada”Neurio, a leading home intelligence technology company, formerly known as Energy Aware, announced today that it has secured CDN$1.5 million in seed funding led by BDC […]

Vancouver Island Economic Alliance Summit

Neil Huff will be one of the panelist at the Vancouver Island Economic Alliance Summit on Wednesday October 29 in Nanaimo. Innovation, Investment, Jobs and Trade Opportunities in the Green Economy How Do We Excel? Wednesday October 29th, 2014 Nanaimo Conference Centre, Nanaimo, BC, Canada In a world that is facing environmental challenges and growing […]

Kwantlen Polytechnic University to partner with Foresight

KPU at centre of latest developments in Surrey\’s cleantech sector OCT 9 / 2014 Surrey, B.C. “ British Columbia’s first technology accelerator has partnered with Surrey’s largest university to bring entrepreneurialism and innovation to the city’s thriving cleantech sector. Announced today, Kwantlen Polytechnic University’s (KPU) contribution of $80,000 will fuel clean tech innovation in Surrey, and bring […]