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SETsquared companies are clean and cool

SETsquared companies are clean and cool

SETsquared companies SEaB Energy Limited and NakedEnergy Ltd were two of the 16 most dynamic, innovative and fastest growing cleantech companies in Britain who earned a place on the UK Trade and Investment backed Clean and Cool Mission 2012 entrepreneurial trade mission to Cleantech in San Francisco and to Silicon Valley 24th to 31st March 2012.

The mission’s aim was to open up and accelerate opportunities for Britain’s best growing clean technology companies into the US market. The week-long mission now in its fifth year, meant that NakedEnergy and SEaB Energy had the opportunity to meet, present and network with investors, potential customers and partners, media and peers on the West Coast.

Graham Harrison, partnership director said: “To have one company attending this select event and represent SETsquared is an excellent affirmation of the work we do, but to have two, seals the fact that working in collaboration brings rewards. I congratulate SEaB Energy and NakedEnergy – potential future UK leaders of the new global low carbon economy.”

SEaB Energy SETsquared Southampton was showcasing its anaerobic digester housed in a shipping container that converts organic waste into electricity and heat, while SETsquared Surrey’s NakedEnergy has developed a solar PVT that produces up to 46% more energy than the typical solar panel on the market today.

Nigel Dowler, sales and marketing manager of SEaB Energy said: “We are proud to be part of a delegation of such impressive pedigree and the conference delegate and press response has been outstanding.  We generated positive press in multiple journals including Forbes and CNET. Because of SETsquared’s ongoing input we have  a compelling offering that excited attendees to Cleantech and at our meetings beyond the conference.”

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