DEALFLOW – CLEANTECH VENTURE DAY FEBRUARY 2020
Here are the list of companies who pitched at the last Cleantech Venture Day, held on February 12, 2020 at KPMG’s offices in West London. We will be announcing the 24 pitching companies for this year’s event very soon.
Green Unit designs and manufactures the ARC, a premium, sustainable, modular eco-building for commercial, community and residential use. The ARC is manufactured offsite in Oxfordshire and is delivered to the client site virtually complete in road transportable sections. The ARC has a high operational performance, and with its unique, curved design creates a calm, healthy, inspiring low-carbon space. Green Unit are seeking to scale their business with capital investment required for its new factory space.
Oxwash is an eco on-demand laundry and dry cleaning startup, taking an award winning and sustainable approach to solving your laundry, textile and garment care, minimising waste and detrimental environmental impact where possible.
Nacifi has developed a low-carbon process to transform cereal straw (wheat, barley, oat, etc.) into unbleached paper pulp to be used for packaging and other paper products.
powerQuad brings a new edge to energy storage. Their innovative technology enables distributed energy storage throughout a building so that retrofitting is possible to a large number of commercial premises where larger storage solutions don’t work.
Creol allows users to control and their own buildings, by getting concise verified live data which in turn helps them reduce their energy consumption. Because no building can ever have zero environmental impact, Creol’s system can automatically offset the remaining impact with Carbon Credits and Renewable Energy Certificates.
Qualus provides a patented system for significantly reducing water and chemical usage in leather production, a $65 billion industry with large manufacturing centres in Italy, China, India, Mexico, Brazil and the US. They seek funding for commercial acceleration and target breakeven in 2021.
Sylfen develops an innovative reversible hydrogen-based energy storage solution addressing the needs of both eco-districts and industry markets, concerning Grid-supplied energy, CO2 emissions and full Smart-grid compatibility.
BroadBit has developed a revolutionary low-cost/high-performance/robust/eco-friendly/scalable sodium chloride (table salt) battery technology with 50% more energy per unit cost and 25% more energy per unit mass than lithium-ion. They target applications in electric vehicles and grid storage and stabilization.
AW-Energy have developed, demonstrated and certified the first wave energy technology suitable for utility-scale electricity production. Their WaveRoller technology harnesses energy of the wave swell phenomenon with an annual global potential of 32 000 TWh. The first commercial projects with the WaveRoller technology are currently under development.
Origami is a leading technology platform provider to the energy market. Their software platform provides remote, real-time monitoring and intelligent control of large numbers and types of energy assets, empowering energy companies to respond quickly to market opportunities, improve trading positions and offer compelling new customer solutions.
CCm Technologies is a sustainable technology company, based near Oxford, focused on resource optimisation, including Carbon Capture and Utilisation (CCU). Their commercially ready technology converts captured carbon dioxide and other waste streams into stable value-added materials with multiple uses including fertiliser, plastics and energy storage.