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5th May 2016
Tech company Open Utility have today released the findings of their six‐month trial of Piclo, the Britain’s first online peer‐to‐peer marketplace for renewable energy, allowing consumers and generators to buy and sell renewable energy directly.  more >
8th April 2016
Our corporate parent, Nominet, has provided a forward commitment of funding to enable us to plan and act with confidence, and with a view to the medium and long term. We’re now seeking new Trustees whose contribution to our Board extends and deepens the skills and experience we need to provide effective strategic leadership in the next phase.  more >
17th March 2016
The Amazing Adventures of Millie Moreorless demonstrates how technology can make learning maths fun and empowering for children with learning disabilities.  more >
4th December 2015
The BuSK app launches today with a lunchtime street performance at the Southbank. Created by The Busking Project with support from Tech for Good funder Nominet Trust, the app promises to transform the way we engage with buskers and other street artists.  more >
24th November 2015
Facework, a new employability resource co-designed by students in five Pupil Referral Units across the country, is launched today to help ‘pushed out’ young people face work.  more >
30th September 2015
The Eden Project is joining Piclo, a revolutionary trial challenging the energy industry norms for electricity choice and efficiency.  more >
19th June 2015
Disability Rocks, the UK’s first and leading live music and arts festivals created for people of all ages living with a range of disabilities has been nominated for the Community Organisation Award at the 2015 National Diversity Awards. Disability Rocks is supported by Nominet Trust and the Arts Council.  more >
17th June 2015
ChangeAlert is a London based start-up company focussing on improving continence care. The co-founders formed the business after caring for an incontinent relative revealed the challenges and limitations within continence care. Incontinence care can be intrusive, ineffective and can lower the quality of life of sufferers.  more >
15th June 2015
A new project, backed by Nominet Trust and mentored by Eden Project founder Sir Tim Smit, urges the nation to have a good clear out and sell their surplus stuff to raise money for good causes.  more >
27th May 2015
Bristol Braille Technology CIC, a not-for-profit company operating out of the Bristol Hackspace, has completed the first feature complete prototype of Canute. Canute will be the world’s first multiline refreshable Braille ebook reader, which will cost less than a Braille typewriter and a fraction of the price of existing single line displays.  more >
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