Cleantech Innovate gives companies the opportunity to present to an audience of investors, buyers and industry specialists.  Finalists are chosen on the basis that their innovation is both investable and scalable. 2015 was the third year of the event and  36 finalists presented in four categories, Energy Generation, Green Buildings & Infrastructure, Working with Water, Energy Efficiency & Storage. 

Triteq were one of the key sponsors at Innovate and Triteq Business Development Manager, Ben Patyra spent an excellent day, meeting the finalists and discussing the new technologies and range of ideas for product and service development. 

“The entire event was incredibly impressive, one of my particular favourites was Solarbox. Harold Craston Co-Founder and Director, presented his outstanding idea . The company are converting old red British telephone boxes to free phone charging ports and painting them green for impact. BT still pay for the electricity and they get their money from advertising within the box, of which 25% is reserved for local causes.”  To find out more about Solarbox, follow the link at the bottom of this news article. 

As innovative product designers and developers Triteq are great supporters of diverse and dynamic ideas, which are emerging at a rapid rate  in the current environment . We work with many start-up’s, spin-out’s, SME’s, universities and large companies to support product design, development and manufacture. The value we bring to our clients is exceptional, because all of our skills and services are in one place. No costly outsourcing to external development teams and the confidence that comes from knowing that your project is only ever 5 minutes’ walk away  from any of the teams involved, from design, through to software development and electronic engineering. All of these teams work closely with our research and prototype development experts.

The prize for the best presentation went to Celtic Renewables limited, subsequently the first presentation of the day. Celtic Renewables are commercialising an innovative and proprietary process technology which converts biological wastes and residues into high value chemicals and biofuels. The prize for the grand winner of the climate kick and €20,000 went to Libertine FPE, developer of linear electrical machines, linear valves and free piston has expander technology.

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For the story of Solarbox click here.