The Carbon Trust has set up and invested in a number of innovative and pioneering low carbon companies. Below are examples of some of our investments.
A dynamic renewable-energy company manufacturing flexible, robust and lower cost solar cells, principally for off-grid use.
Commercial property development partnership between the Carbon Trust, Columbia Threadneedle and Stanhope. The partnership acquires commercial office buildings and refurbishes them into modern, energy efficient workplaces. Occupiers benefit from ongoing support from the Carbon Trust, helping them to minimise their carbon emissions.
We have made early stage venture capital and seed investments to accelerate the commercialisation of clean energy businesses in the UK. Current investments are listed below.
Intamac offers monitoring, automation and control services for the connected home via a cloud based service management platform.
Open Energi helps energy users to unlock new revenues from their energy loads, with a range of energy demand management solutions.
Oxsensis is pioneering in a new breed of optical instrumentation for precision control in super-harsh environments such as power generation, aero engines and airframes, oil and gas production and exploration, industrial processing and heavy transport.
Develops and utilises environmentally friendly microbial biotechnologies, with a focus on the global renewable chemicals and biofuels markets.
Plaxica is a technology and licensing company focused on the production of next generation biopolymers and platform chemicals from renewable resources.
AM Technology specialises in innovative solutions for the manufacture of high value chemicals, and are a global leader in the design and manufacture of dynamically mixed continuous flow reactors.
Below are links to a selection of companies which we have exited.
A leading provider of subscriber experience geo-location and automatic network optimization solutions for wireless networks.
Fabless power management IC company, helping customers find more ‘cost-efficient’ ways to design and manufacture energy-efficient power conversion products.
Fuel cell technology for domestic CHP.
A consortium of British businesses pioneering the development of a world-class, commercially viable biofuel process.
ITM Power designs and manufactures hydrogen energy systems for energy storage and clean fuel production. With support from the Carbon Trust’s Polymer Fuel Cells Challenge, ITM Power is developing fuel cell technology for motor vehicles that leverages its unique high power density membrane.
Marine current and tidal stream energy developer