EEF has invested £72m into cleantech companies since 2012 to help them develop innovative low carbon technologies. CLT is proud to be the lead delivery partner for the EEF. We provide incubation support to entrepreneurs supported by the EEF to help them grow their business and bring their innovations to market. The stories below celebrate these companies’ successes.
Open Utility (Piclo) have announced their participation in a £40m energy market trial in Oxfordshire (project LEO). Other participants include Origami, EDF, Nuvve, University of Oxford, Oxfordshire county and Oxford City councils and SSEN.
Piclo has also just announced that it has signed its first commercial contract with SSEN.
Behind Project Leo – the most wide-ranging and holistic smart grid in the UK
Q-Bot has Q-Bot has been approved as innovative measure and is now eligible for the ECO3 ‘Innovation Uplift.
ECO3 funding boost scale underfloor insulation with q-bots robots
ProAir Heat Recovery Ventilation Systems and GMIT’s integrated Sustainable Energy Technologies (iSET) research group secured Enterprise Ireland Innovation Partnership funding in 2018. This funding allowed GMIT establish the “E-THERMAL” environmental test facility and ProAir develop its highly innovative heating and ventilation product.
This facility will be officially opened on Friday 10th May by Minister Seán Canney T.D., Minister of State at the Department of Rural and Community Development and the Department of Communications, Climate Action.
AgilityEco presents its social and environmental impact in 2018:
Activities delivered a 700% social return on investment last year
Agility Eco impact in 2018