Last week Olwg directors Emmanuel and Rosie made the journey to Birmingham for the launch of the Climate Innovation Platform (CIP) delivered by the University of Birmingham in partnership with the Energy Systems Catapult.

Delivered by the University of Birmingham (UoB) in partnership with Energy Systems Catapult (ESC), the CIP Low Carbon Energy Solutions Innovator Challenge offers successful applicants tailored packages of support to drive the commercialisation of innovative energy products and services.

Supported by HSBC UK and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

Attending the in person event at Tyseley Energy Park gave Rosie & Emmanuel the opportunity to meet the other cohort companies, learn more about the programme and the support services on offer from the ESC.

CIP Cohort 2 at BEIC

“Besides benefiting from working with the Energy Catapult and the University of Birmingham, being based at the Birmingham Energy Innovation Centre, which is situated right in the heart of the UK that produced the first Industrial Revolution has special historical meaning for the Clean Energy Revolution that we are part of.” Emmanuel Kirunda Commercial Director Olwg

Olwg are delighted to be part of the programme and are looking forward to continue to learn and grow as part of the process.

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