Green Angel Syndicate co-hosted a seminar inviting companies innovating in energy technology to present to a European audience in December. The seminar was held in Enniskillen in the Crest Pavilion, home to the specialist Technology & Skills Centre at South West College.
The event was part of the FREED project, part-funded by the Northern Periphery and Arctic programme, an EU programme in the Interreg VB measure. The FREED project brings together partners from Finland, Norway, Scotland, N Ireland and Ireland to stimulate energy innovation of particular relevance to the harsh northern European environment shared by all.
The seminar included15 short presentations from companies innovating in different areas of energy efficiency, such as storage, distribution, management and generation. These companies will be given the opportunity to be included in the support programme offered by the FREED project partners across the different partner regions.
Nick LythOur Team, of Green Angel Syndicate, presented at the seminar, to explain how this can potentially lead to angel investment with the benefits provided by the FREED partners. Watch Nick's talk on the video below, which begins at 20 minutes.
For further information, contact: Nick Lyth, firstname.lastname@example.org or +44 (0)7802 150053