PracticeAccounting FirmsCarbon Trust teams up with Grant Thornton

Carbon Trust teams up with Grant Thornton

Carbon Trust has teamed with Grant Thornton and law firm Mills & Reeve

Grant
Thornton
and law firm
Mills & Reeve have
formed a partnership with
Carbon
Trust
, an independent company set up by the government to reduce climate
change caused by carbon emissions, to work on the trust’s ‘incubation scheme’.

The scheme aims to provide investment opportunities in technology start-up
companies developing low-carbon technologies, according to The Lawyer.com.

Companies accepted for incubation will receive up to £60,000 of financial
support from the Carbon Trust over a 12 to18 month period while Mills &
Reeve will provide all the legal advice.

Grant Thornton will contribute to the trust by advising on company and
commercial matters, as well as patents, intellectual property (IP) and licensing
work.

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