Three low-carbon start-ups triumphed at the Shell Springboard semi-final in Aberdeen last night, each receiving £40,000 to help scale up their business
A former winner of the Shell Springboard competition claims it was the "enormous amount of credibility" gained by scooping the award that helped his firm garner a £470,000 Innovation UK grant.
Energy giant Shell has announced that it is on the lookout for the UK’s most promising low-carbon businesses, offering a funding pot of £350,000.
Shell’s John MacArthur met Energy Voice to talk about the Shell Springboard competition as he prepared to host the event in Aberdeen. Mr MacArthur is Shell’s vice president of Group CO2, a central team which oversees the company’s net carbon footprint and climate change policy positions. He explains how Shell Springboard contributes to the UK’s low carbon economy and fits in with Shell’s new energy and carbon dioxide commitments.
Three low-carbon technology developers have been selected from an incredibly strong pool of entrants to win the regional final of the Shell Springboard competition in Aberdeen.
Energy giant Shell agreed to give three low carbon technology developers a cash boost at an event in Aberdeen last night.
The deadline is closing in for applications to Shell's Springboard competition for innovative low-carbon UK businesses.
A Scottish marine energy company that has developed a tidal array off Shetland won £40,000 in a competition for companies with low-carbon energy projects.
Shell will fork out £350,000 this year to support pioneering UK companies which develop low carbon technology.