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ISCF Transforming Foundation Industries: Fast Start Projects - Competition Briefing

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Innovate UK will fund up to £5m in R&D and Innovation projects for the foundation industries (cement, ceramics, chemicals, paper, glass and metals). These will be cross-sector, collaborative, fast start, short duration, industrial research and development (R&D) projects. More details about the funding scope can be found here.

This funding competition is part of the Industrial Strategy Challenge Fund (ISCF) for Transforming Foundation Industries and aims to bring businesses from different foundation industries together to work on common resource and energy efficiency opportunities.

Find out more: https://ktn-uk.co.uk/news/live-now-webcast-iscf-transforming-foundation-industries-fast-start-projects-competition-briefing

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ISCF Transforming Foundation Industries: Fast Start Projects - Competition Briefing

  1. 1. ISCF Transforming Foundation Industries- Fast Start Applicant briefing Thursday 14th November 2019
  2. 2. Today’s Agenda 10:30 Welcome and Introductions Robert Quarshie, Head of Materials, KTN 10:35 Transforming Foundation Industries: An introduction Ben Walsh, Deputy Challenge Director, Innovate UK 10:50 Competition Scope Tatiana Correia, Innovation Lead, Innovate UK 11:10 Competition process Bimba James, Portfolio Manager, Innovate UK 11:40 Q&A - All 12:10 Accessing Support from KTN Robert Quarshie, Head of Materials, KTN 12:25 Project pitches 13:15 Lunch, networking and collaboration corner 15:30 Close
  3. 3. • Ben Walsh – Deputy Director, Transforming Foundation Industries • Tatiana Correira – Innovation Lead, Transforming Foundation Industries • Bimba James – Portfolio Manager, Competitions • Ajay Kapadia – Knowledge Transfer Manager, KTN – Webcast Moderator • Aileen Woodley, Events Manager, KTN Welcome and Introductions
  4. 4. 1 Welcome and introductions Scope, eligibility criteria 2 Part 1 Scope, eligibility criteria 3 Part 2 The Innovation Funding Service, application finances, academic partners 4 Part 3 Submitting your application, assessment, project setup for successful applicants Agenda
  5. 5. Transforming Foundation Industries: An introduction Ben Walsh Deputy Director
  6. 6. We work with the government to invest over £7 billion a year in research and innovation by partnering with academia and industry to make the impossible, possible. Through the UK’s nine leading academic and industrial funding councils, we create knowledge with impact.
  7. 7. • Over £6 billion in combined budget per year • 3,900 research and business grants issued every year • 2,400 business-led collaborative projects and over 200 Knowledge Transfer Partnerships • 151 universities receiving research funding • 38 institutes, laboratories, units, campuses and innovation Catapults • Government has committed an additional £7 billion of public money to research and development by 2021/22. • Unprecedented increase in spend on R&D over the coming decade (1.7à2.4% of GDP) UKRI in numbers
  8. 8. The foundation industries Include ceramic, glass, cement, metals, paper, and chemicals. Worth £45bn to the UK and employ 500,000 people, mostly outside the south east in areas of deprivation. Challenges: • by far the largest industrial polluter, generating 10% of all UK’s CO2 emissions • capital intensive making it difficult change and compete with new plant from the developing world.
  9. 9. Challenge to transform our Foundation Industries so that they are internationally competitive in manufacturing products vital for our economy in an environmentally sustainable way.
  10. 10. Pilot scale facilities for the foundation industries £15m for a glass focused facility in North West Enable scale up from bench top
  11. 11. CRD and phased demonstrators to support industry £31m over 4 competitions Addressing cross sector issues and sustainability
  12. 12. Technology transfer £5m for a prosperity partnership Encouraging academics to work with industry partners
  13. 13. Sector strategy and research needs Research papers to give the sector an identity Help for the sector and academics to work together
  14. 14. Late stage finance £10m to co-fund with private equity Targeting fast moving start- ups with disruptive technologies £
  15. 15. Questions?
  16. 16. Scope Dr Tatiana Correia Innovation Lead
  17. 17. Background 4 Sep 2018 - Cardiff 1st deep dive workshop Business Case submitted 9 Apr 2019 - London 2nd deep dive workshop 2 Jul 2019 – Daresbury Industry Consult- ation 10 Sep 2019 – London Shaping the High- Level R&D Prog 11 Sep 2019 – Birmingha m Shaping the High- Level R&D Prog 23 Oct 2019 – Cardiff Shaping the High- Level R&D Prog 28 Oct 2019 – ISCF TFI Fast Start Projects Open
  18. 18. Background https://ktn-uk.co.uk/news/iscf-transforming-foundation-industries-fast-start-projects-briefing-events
  19. 19. Summary Up to £5 million in innovation projects for the foundation industries •Must: •Improve the resource or energy efficiency of foundation industries processes or products •Cross-sector, collaborative, fast start, industrial research and development (R&D) projects. •12 months in length •£50,000 and £500,000 eligible costs •Deadline 5th of February.
  20. 20. 1. Eligibility Project • Total eligible costs between £50,000 and £500,000 • Collaborative • 3 and 12 months • Start in July 2020 Lead Organisation • UK registered • Business of any size or a research and technology organisation (RTO) • Carry out its project work in the UK • intend to exploit the results from or in the UK You do not need to be in the foundation industries to lead the consortium. Project Team • At least one SME • At least 2 businesses, of any size, from at least 2 foundation industry sectors • UK registered business, academic institution, charity, public sector organisation, or research and technology organisation (RTO)
  21. 21. 2. Scope Improve the productivity and competitiveness of the sectors’ companies and supply chains, and encourage companies to stay in the UK Improve resource and process efficiency Challenges common to more than one of the 6 target sectors Feedstock inputs, production, material product development Techno- economic assessment of new products, services and business models
  22. 22. Examples of themes Energy Optimisation Heat/energy storage Technologies to recover low grade heat Reduce the use of energy in chemical transformations Process Optimisation Optimised and efficient use of water improve efficiency of manufacturing Process optimisation to maximise sustainable input Sensor and high temperature electronics Waste Recycling and Symbiosis Re-use of low grade heat from manufacturing industrial symbiosis Recycle and reuse of waste New Product and Service Development New materials or materials-based products New manufacturing systems and services New business models
  23. 23. 2. Scope We are NOT funding projects that: • focus on fuel switching or greenhouse gas capture technology • do not focus on foundation industries and their immediate supply chains • are only applicable to one foundation industry • respond only to the skills needs of foundation industries • are capital or infrastructure projects
  24. 24. 3. Funding Industrial Research • up to 70% if you are a micro or small organisation • up to 60% if you are a medium-sized organisation • up to 50% if you are a large organisation Experimental Development • up to 45% if you are a micro or small organisation • up to 35% if you are a medium-sized organisation • up to 25% if you are a large organisation The research organisations undertaking non-economic activity in your consortium can share up to 50% of the total eligible project costs. If your consortium contains more than one research organisation undertaking non- economic activity, this maximum is shared between them.
  25. 25. Support If you want help to find a project partner or proposal review contact the Knowledge Transfer Network. If you need more information, email us at support@innovateuk.ukri.org or call the competition helpline on 0300 321 4357 between 9am and 5:30pm, Monday to Friday. Tatiana Correia ISCF TFI Innovation Lead tatiana.correia@innovateuk.ukri.org
  26. 26. Eligibility criteria Bimba James Portfolio Manager
  27. 27. Project eligibility ü Lead must be a UK registered business of any size or a research and technology organisation (RTO) ü At least one UK SME ü Must collaborate with businesses from 2 or more of the foundation industries (cement, glass, ceramics, paper, metals, bulk chemicals) ü Carry out project work in the UK ü Exploit the result from or in the UK Project cost £50,000 to £500,000 Project length between 3 and 12 months Eligibility criteria
  28. 28. Resubmission Not a resubmission A resubmission is: an application Innovate UK judges as not materially different from one you've submitted before (but it can be updated based on the assessors' feedback) A brand new application/project/idea that you have not previously submitted into an Innovate UK competition OR A previously unsuccessful or ineligible application: ü has been updated based on assessor feedback ü and is materially different from the application submitted before ü and fits with the scope of this competition Resubmissions This competition does allow resubmissions.
  29. 29. • Business – Small/Micro, Medium or Large (EU definition) registered in the UK • Research Organisation (RO): • Universities (HEIs) • Non profit distributing Research & Technology Organisation (RTO) including Catapults • Public Sector Research Establishments (PSRE) • Research Council Institutes (RCI) • Public sector organisations and charities doing research activity • Check out the EU definition of a business (it may affect the grant you are able to claim) http://ec.europa.eu/growth/smes/business-friendly-environment/sme-definition_en • If you are 100% owned by a large parent company as a small subsidiary this means by EU rules you are classed as a large company and will only be entitled to the relevant grant Types of organisations we fund
  30. 30. Eligibility for State Aid • Innovate UK is offering funding for this competition under the General Block Exemption Regulation. This is available to eligible UK businesses. • We are unable to grant funding to limited liability companies meeting the condition known as ‘undertakings in difficulty’. • This is where more than half of a company’s subscribed share capital has disappeared as a result of accumulated losses. • This test only applies to companies that are more than 3 years old. • If you have a parent company the test can be performed on your parent or holding company. • When submitting an application you must certify that you are eligible for state aid. If you are unsure, please take legal advice before applying. • Should you be successful, we will apply this test as part of our viability checks before confirming the grant offer. • Further information is available on our website in the general guidance under state aid
  31. 31. State Aid – Article 25 • Funding for R&D projects split in to 3 categories; Feasibility studies, Industrial research & Experimental development. • Applies to almost all sectors of the economy and has a wide range of eligible costs. Pre-approved state aid covers: o Aid for research and development and innovation, o Regional aid o Aid to SMEs in the form of investment aid, operating aid and SMEs access to finance, o Aid for environmental protection, o Training aid, o Recruitment and employment aid for disadvantaged workers or workers with disabilities. o Aid to make good the damage caused by certain natural disasters, o Social aid for transport for residents for remote regions, o Aid for broadband infrastructures, o Aid for culture and heritage conservation, o Aid for sport and multifunctional recreational infrastructures, o Aid for local infrastructure. • Special rules apply to: o Fisheries, agriculture, o Companies in difficulty, o Companies undergoing a state aid recovery order.
  32. 32. • The aim of our State Aid scheme is to: • optimise the level of funding to business and • recognise the importance of research base to project • At least 50% of total eligible project costs must be incurred by business • The maximum level (50% of project costs) is shared by all research organisations in the project You can make as many applications to this competition as you wish but please bear in mind, if you are successful in multiple applications you will have to provide justification that you can support all your projects within the timescales. Participation Rules
  33. 33. In all collaborative projects there must be: • at least one micro, small or medium-sized enterprise (SME) • at least 2 businesses, of any size, from at least 2 foundation industry sectors To collaborate with the lead organisation your organisation must: • be a UK registered business, academic institution, charity, public sector organisation or research and technology organisation (RTO) • be invited to take part by the lead applicant • enter its costs in the Innovation Funding Service • The lead and at least one other organisation must claim funding. • Your project can include partners that do not receive any of this competition’s funding, for example non-UK businesses. Their costs will count towards the total eligible project costs. • There must be evidence of effective collaboration We would expect to see the structure and rationale of the collaboration described in the application. What is collaboration?
  34. 34. Timeline Dates Competition Opens 28th October 2019 Briefing Event 14th November 2019 Submission Deadline 5th February 2020 Applicants informed 20th March 2020 Key Dates
  35. 35. Innovation Funding Service (IFS)
  36. 36. Search for a funding competition and review criteria
  37. 37. Applicant: create an account To create your account: UK based businesses - Use Companies House lookup as it speeds up our checks by providing your company number and your are unable to enter it at a later date Research organisations, academics & Universities - Enter your information manually so you’re not listed as a business on IFS and ensure you receive the correct funding
  38. 38. Project Details • Application Team - Collaborators: Invite organisations who you are working with on the project - Contributors: Invite colleagues from your own organisation to help you complete your application • Application Details - Title, Timescales, Research Category, Innovation Area & Resubmission (y/n) • Project Summary - Short summary and objectives of the project including what is innovative about it • Public Description - Description of your project which will be published if you are successful • Scope - How does your project align with the scope of this competition? - If your project is not in scope, it will be ineligible for funding (delete if no scope review)
  39. 39. Application form Question 1 Need or challenge Question 2 Approach and innovation Question 3 Team and resources Question 4 Market awareness Question 5 Outcomes and route to market Question 6 Wider impacts Question 7 Project management Question 8 Risks Question 9 Added value Question 10 Costs and value for money Question 11 Skills Appendix Q3 (mandatory) Appendix Q7 (mandatory) Appendix Q8 (mandatory) Appendix Q2 (optional) Application Questions Detailed Guidance Available on IFS
  40. 40. Application finances
  41. 41. To claim funding: Your business does not have to be UK registered with Companies House when you apply but it must be registered before you can receive funding. You are unable to claim funding if: • You are an overseas organisation so your company number begins with FC • You organisation is setup as a branch so your company number begins with BR • Your company is based in Jersey so your company number begins with JE
  42. 42. Ineligible: • Dividends • Bonuses • Non productive time Eligible: • Staff working directly on project • Paid by PAYE • NI, pension, non- discretionary costs Labour
  43. 43. Overheads Innovate UK’s definition: additional costs and operational expenses incurred directly as a result of the project. These could include additional costs for administrative staff, general IT, rent and utilities Indirect (administration) overheads • please ensure they are additional and directly attributable to the delivery of the project Direct overheads • E.g. office utilities, IT infrastructure, laptop provision not covered by capital usage • must be directly attributable to the project • Provide detailed breakdown together with methodology/basis of apportionment
  44. 44. Material costs Please be clear on what the materials are, just putting consumables doesn’t provide enough detail and we will request more information should you be successful
  45. 45. Capital equipment usage Eligible: • Used in the project or shared with day-to-day production Calculations will need to be in line with your accounting practices. Even if the equipment is depreciated fully over the life of the project this must be added under capital equipment.
  46. 46. Subcontractors Eligible: • Justified and quantified • If using non-UK sub-contractors are being used you will need to provide strong justification on why an UK-based sub-contractor is not being used • If you’re sub-contracting to a parent or sister company, please ensure you list at cost and do not include profit.
  47. 47. Travel & subsistence Eligible: Costs must be directly linked to the project Please breakdown your costs as follows: • Travel • Accommodation • Subsistence If you have an annual trip to visit the parent company this is not an eligible cost
  48. 48. Other costs Eligible: • Costs that could not be added under previous headings. • Do not double count • Patent filing costs for new IP – SMEs up to £7,500
  49. 49. Funding • Funding rules • The level of funding awarded will depend upon the type of organisation and the type of research being undertaken in the project • Funding is calculated by project participant • IFS will advise the maximum grant % you can request based upon your answers to: • Type (and size) of organisation • Research category defined by the lead applicant in the Application Details section of the application
  50. 50. Organisation / type of activity Technical feasibility studies and industrial research Experimental development Notes Business (economic activity) Micro/Small – 70% Medium – 60% Large – 50% Micro/Small – 45% Medium – 35% Large – 25% Research Organisation (non-economic activity) Universities – 100% (80% of Full Economic Costs) Other research organisations can claim 100% of their project costs – see note: Other research organisations must: • be non-profit distributing and • disseminate the project results & • explain in the application form how this will be done Public Sector Organisation or Charity (non-economic activity) 100% of eligible costs Must be: • Be performing research activity & • disseminate project results & explain in the application form how this will be done • ensure that the eligible costs do not include work / costs already funded from other public sector bodies
  51. 51. Academic partners
  52. 52. Why Je-S? • We use the Research Councils’ Joint Electronic Submission System (Je-S) to collect academic finances • The Je-S system automates the collection of Full Economic Costs (FEC) based costs from academic partners and tells them exactly what numbers should be used in the application form for their costs • Also to collect project finance details from non-HEIs (e.g. RTOs) that are claiming they are carrying out academic quality work and want to be funded on an FEC basis • Using Je-S means that Innovate UK follows standard Research Council guidelines on funding universities and enables Research Councils to easily co-fund Innovate UK projects
  53. 53. • Enter the TSB reference number here • Enter the TSB Contribution column figures from your J-eS output document into the project costs section of the application • Upload the Je-S with council status form as a PDF at the bottom of the screen Project costs – academic partners
  54. 54. Je-S application elements Not just the financials • E.g. Justification of resources • E.g Pathways to impact Full details on the Je-S system Queries about Je-S via the Je-S Helpdesk • JeSHelp@ukri.org.uk • 01793 444164
  55. 55. Submitting your application
  56. 56. Project cost summary All organisations can see a summary of project costs Ensure the highlighted costs fits the criteria for this competition £50,000 - £500,000
  57. 57. Checking your finances are complete IFS checks • all organisations have marked their finances as complete • research organisation participation is no greater than 50% of the total project costs
  58. 58. Submit your application early! Be aware of the potential for last minute technical issues!
  59. 59. Assessment
  60. 60. Application assessment All applications are assessed by independent assessors drawn from industry and academia What do they look for? • Clear and concise answers • The right amount of information • not too much detail • no assumptions • Quantification and justification • A proposal that presents a viable opportunity for growth, a level of innovation that necessitates public sector investment and has the right team and approach to be successful Keep your assessors engaged and interested in your proposal. You want them to be fascinated and excited by your idea!
  61. 61. Note on feedback • The feedback is compiled using the written comments of the independent assessors who review and assess the applications. • It is intended to be constructive in nature and to highlight both the strong as well as the weak areas of your application. • Please bear in mind that because applications are assessed by a number of assessors, you may receive information which appears to be conflicting. This may reflect their different interpretations of the proposal that you submitted. • It must also be noted that some proposals may appear to have been favourably assessed based on their comments, in such instances it could be that your proposal simply fell below the funding threshold, with others achieving a higher merit score overall.
  62. 62. Scoring • We review scores and feedback to check assessors are adhering to our guidelines and scoring fairly. • In some cases, where we feel a score is unjust and not supported by feedback, we may remove that score as an outlier and update the total score for the application. • Please be aware that both low and high outliers may be removed and as a result scores may increase or decrease.
  63. 63. Assessor feedback
  64. 64. Project setup for successful applicants
  65. 65. IFS for successful applicants Project Set up: 8 steps to complete • Applicable to all grant claiming partners • Must be completed within 30 days - projects must start within 90 days or funding may be withdrawn • Confirmation of your bank account is required to ensure we are paying the correct organisation you may/will be asked to provide a redacted bank statement to confirm this • Project change requests cannot be submitted before the project starts
  66. 66. Project set up All grant claiming project partners will be required to complete project set up. To avoid delays you should consider: • Who will be the project manager? • Who will be the finance contact for each consortium member? • How will your consortium be set up? (if applicable) Collaboration agreement Original agreement signed by all participants Key Features: • Who is in the consortium? • What are the aims, and how is the work divided up? • Ownership of IPR • Management of consortium Negotiating a Collaboration Agreement can be complex and time consuming. Start work on this at an early stage in the process.
  67. 67. Grant claims and payments • All grants are claimable quarterly in arrears • Claims can only be made for costs incurred and paid between the project start and end dates • Claims may be subject to an independent audit (including all academic partners) according to grant size • Claims are only paid once quarterly reporting and necessary audits are complete • Projects over 6 months are monitored on a quarterly basis including a visit from the appointed Monitoring Officer. Anything outside of this will be discussed on a case by case basis. • The monitoring will be carried out against a detailed project plan and financial forecast • We are unable to process any Project Change Requests before the Grant Offer Letter is issued • If a member of your collaboration has failed UiD and is unable to resolve you will be advised to withdraw and will need to apply into a future competition • PCRs will only be agreed and authorised by Head of Operational Delivery
  68. 68. Customer Support Services: 0300 321 4357 (Mon-Fri, 9am-5:30pm) support@innovateuk.ukri.org Knowledge Transfer Network: www.ktn-uk.co.uk Innovate UK: https://www.gov.uk/government/organisations/innovate-uk Q&A
  69. 69. @InnovateUK Innovate UKInnovate UK
  70. 70. Q & A Session – Open to All
  71. 71. Accessing Support from KTN Robert Quarshie Head of Materials, KTN
  72. 72. Innovate UK’s Network Partner • At KTN we help to accelerate innovation • We help business to grow the economy and improve people’s lives by capturing maximum value from scientific research and creativity • We connect businesses, entrepreneurs, academics and funders to identify and develop the innovative ideas, expertise and technologies that lead to new products, processes and services
  73. 73. Finding valuable partners - Project consortium building - Supply Chain Knowledge - Driving new connections - Articulating challenges - Finding creative solutions Awareness and dissemination - Public and private finance - Advice – project scope - Advice – proposal mentoring - Project follow-up Promoting Industry needs - Informing policy makers - Informing strategy - Communicating trends and market drivers Intelligence on trends and markets - Business Planning support - Success stories / raising profile Navigating the innovation support landscape - Promoting coherent strategy and approach - Engaging wider stakeholders - Curation of innovation resources Connections Access to Markets NavigatingInfluencingAccess to Funding What KTN Offers
  74. 74. Enabling cross-sector collaborations Materials Chemistry Industrial Biotechnology Agri-Food Health Manufacturing European & International Diversity Access to Funding & Finance Knowledge Transfer Advisers Design & Innovation Emerging Technologies Enabling Technologies Creative & Digital Infrastructure Transport Complex Systems • We have a broad range of technology, sector, design and commercial expertise in KTN • We connect with a community of over 60,000 organisations and 90,000 individuals
  75. 75. Getting the best out of your Innovation Process Continuous conversation between three key drivers: Capability enabling the delivery of a process/product/service Opportunity end users trying to solve specific problems Offer using specific capabilities to meet the market needs
  76. 76. 1 Helping to facilitate discussions to assess your Innovation Readiness • Rapid analysis of strengths and weaknesses • Articulate known unknowns and identify unknown unknowns • Decide what to do now and next q Top challenges and action points
  77. 77. Help to prepare the best application you can • Highlighting what to include in an application • Making clear what an assessor is looking for • Providing you with our ‘Top 10 Tips’
  78. 78. • This guide has been produced by KTN to supplement the official Innovate UK Guidance for Applicants • Both to be read together • Ask for a free copy Good Application Guide
  79. 79. twitter: email: phone: Contact Details @KTNUK • robert.quarshie@ktn-uk.org • ajay.kapadia@ktn-uk.org • @KTNUK Website: www.ktn-uk.co.uk Collaboration helps to Leapfrog the Valley of Death Thank You
  80. 80. Pitches 1. Alex Appelbe, CEO, Metis Labs 2. Bob Park, Director, Cryogen Energy Group 3. Ghida Elkazzi, Product Executive, envoPAP 4. Shangxi Wen, Director, JJ BioEnergy 5. Phineas Page, Founder, Caput Energy
  81. 81. Metis Labs Alex Appelbe, CEO alex@metislabs.tech 07775324827 | www.metislabs.tech About us • We help our customers improve the processing efficiency of their plants by reducing energy and raw material waste. • Even digitalised factories rely upon experienced operators “learning” how the plant works, over time. We are changing this. • We use AI to encode human intuition in software and achieve best results every time.
  82. 82. What we can offer • 2.5 years development already completed, including previous Innovate UK grant • Benefit from successful demonstrators deployed with world-class European manufacturers in the Chemicals and Brick / ceramics sectors • A strong team with manufacturing domain experience as well as AI, enterprise software and hardware What’s our innovation/idea • Real-time Industrial Machine Learning platform • Fully integrated industrial machine vision system for real-time data capture and analysis • Hybrid on-premise / cloud infrastructure • Integrate with your existing data sources (historian, SCADA, ERP etc) What or who we are seeking • Manufacturing partners who need to: • reduce production costs and/or • free-up production capacity and/or • improve product consistency • Partners could come from any FI sector • Partners who have already started digitalising their plants are preferred, although not a strict requirement What’s the market opportunity we are addressing • Improve efficiency and repeatability of processing plants • Improve product consistency & quality • Free up production capacity • Reduce training time and achieve top results from all operators
  83. 83. Cryogen Energy Group Robert (Bob) Park, Director Bob.Park@cryogen.energy 07491 510840 | www.cryogen.energy About us • External Cryogenic Gas Separation and Liquefaction • Cryogenic Waste Energy Recycling and Storage Technology (CERT & CEST) • Improved Energy Utilisation Rate • Reduced CO2 & GHG Emissions • Liquid Air Products (LAP) – LO2, LN2, LAir
  84. 84. What we can offer • Commercial use of Cryogenic Waste Energy • Clean, Green Cryogenic Liquids/Energy • Carbon Capture Technology • Industrial Gas Feedstock • Energy Management Solutions What’s our innovation/idea • Cryogen Technology Applications • LNG waste – Liquid Air Products • LAP - Clean Industrial Emissions • Flare Gas, Biogas, Ind Emissions What or who we are seeking • LNG/NG Terminal/Station Partnership • Industrial Tail Gas/Emissions Partners • Industry Partners using LAP • Power Generation Partner (LN2) • Users of Industrial Gas (Enriched O2) What’s the market opportunity we are addressing • Use of “Wasted” Cold Energy • Decarbonisation/Reduction of GHG Emissions • Virtual Circle Recycling Opportunity • Contribution to Net Zero Goals
  85. 85. envoPAP Ghida Elkazzi, Product Executive ghida@envopap.com 020 8050 2725 | www.envopap.com About us • envoPAP is a sustainable materials solution start-up utilizing green technology to provide agricultural waste with a second life . • Our materials are made from the waste of sugarcane fibres after harvest and extraction of cane juice. • We believe in developing environment friendly materials from agro-residue by managing non-utilized resources. • . • . • . • .
  86. 86. What we can offer • envoPAP works towards sustainability through its carbon neutral, biodegradable and compostable paper. • Using envoPAP to develop biodegradable packaging makes sense both commercially and environmentally. What’s our innovation/idea • envoPAP is taking its existing product and innovate it so that it is suitable for food- grade production. • Our goal is to use this project to apply our material in different food applications. What or who we are seeking • The project funding will accelerate innovation make it possible to exploit a commercial opportunity within a limited timescale. • envoPAP has already created a platform “envoPAP Research”, enabling consumers, companies and organizations to conduct studies and research innovative solutions. What’s the market opportunity we are addressing • According to a recent study published by Allied Market Research, the European Fresh Food Packaging market size was USD 3,718 million in 2017 and is estimated to reach USD 4,890 million, making it a potential market application for our product.
  87. 87. Shangxi Wen, Director Shangxi.wen@jjbioenergy.com 07511 887588 About us • -A process engineering SME focusing on energy efficiency • -Integrate Thermal Energy Storage with industrial processes • -TES is based on composite Phase Change Material • -Deliver two Innovate UK projects
  88. 88. What we can offer • Improve your energy efficiency by integrating High Temperature TES with industries (metal, ceramic, glass, cement, chemical, paper) • Make full use of your material by integrating steel slag and ceramic into composite PCM What’s our innovation/idea • A new composite PCM based on industrial material as structure • A compact TES device to recycle high temperature heat What or who we are seeking • Industrial partners • Raw material suppliers • Ceramic/Glass/Cement • Metal treatment • Chemical/Paper What’s the market opportunity we are addressing • High/Medium Temperature Industrial heat recovery • Convert surplus electricity to heat storage and supply
  89. 89. Caput Energy Phineas Page, Founder phineas@caputenergy.com +447767277228 | www.caputenergy.com About us: • Company type: A new technology start-up company • Mission: Decarbonisation of commercial kitchens. • Goal: capture low grade waste heat and reuse it
  90. 90. What we can offer • Access to the leading building services HVAC supplier • Route to marketing in leisure dining sector • Fast pace innovation What’s our innovation/idea • Heat recovery from exhaust from kitchens • Reappropriation • reduce gas consumption • power generation What or who we are seeking • Founder industry partners • Heat recovery technology providers • Transferring knowledge from Foundation industries • Scaling and adapting technologies What’s the market opportunity we are addressing • Medium and low grade waste heat including ovens, fryers & grills. Every fast food/casual restaurant, • Further applications away from kitchens. Factories and Industry.
  91. 91. Lunch, Networking and Collaboration Corner

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