C-Capture Ltd was named the Shell Springboard national winner 2016 for its clean energy technology that captures carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions from different industrial gas streams.
Upside Energy was named the Shell Springboard national winner 2017 for its technology which has created a Virtual Energy Store that can be sold to the grid to help balance supply and demand.
Deciwatt was named the 2015 national winner of Shell Springboard for its low-carbon innovation, GravityLight.
Ventive has developed a passive heat recovery unit for domestic buildings that mimics nature to ventilate homes without the need for electrical connections or heaters – reducing heat loss by 97%.
Shiply is a dynamic service that matches people needing to move goods with transport companies going there anyway – an innovation that has now gone global, saving around 25 million kilograms of CO2 since its launch.
Cella Energy is a UK start-up with global ambitions, using its unique hydrogen storage and power technology to broker multimillion pound deals with Space Florida and expand into the American market.
Select Innovation’s EnLight product is helping city councils keep the streetlights on by reducing the cost and carbon intensity of urban lighting systems.
Celtic Renewables is commercialising next generation biofuels using the by-products of biological industries – such as converting whiskey distillates into vehicle fuel.
KiWi Power uses sophisticated demand response technology to reduce the strain on the National Grid, by remotely turning off non-critical systems in major facilities at hours of peak demand – saving both money and carbon.
Antaco is pioneering a method of converting biodegradable organic waste into highly efficient, carbon-neutral ‘bio-coal’ – with ambitions of replacing traditional, carbon-intensive coal in existing power plants.