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University of Oxford

The Energy & Power Group (EPG) in the Department of Engineering Science at the University of Oxford undertakes computational and experimental sustainable energy research with particular focus on smart energy systems, energy storage (materials to devices and devices to systems), power electronics, transport and electrical machines. The group was founded in 1993 by Associate Professor

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Mixergy

Mixergy is a spin-out company from the University of Oxford, whose ambition is to develop domestic energy storage capacity and facilitate its operation within the existing power distribution infrastructure. The company is pursuing these goals by bringing to market a portfolio of design enhancements and innovations to existing technologies. Hot water in conventional tanks is

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Powervault

Powervault is leading the way in the development of intelligent electricity storage products for the modern “smart home”. Powervault’s systems are designed to help customers lower their energy bills, increase their consumption of locally-generated electricity, and reduce their carbon footprint. Powervault’s products can store solar energy or off-peak electricity from the grid and optimise the

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Upside Energy

Upside Energy is an award-winning UK start-up. The energy system is going through dramatic change and Upside aims to be at the forefront of this transformation, helping create a world of cleaner, cheaper energy for everyone. Upside Energy provides flexibility to the energy system. It has built a Cloud service that uses advanced algorithms and

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Eden Project

The Eden Project is a charity with sustainability at its core. Eden will be rolling out the intelligent technologies into people’s homes, overseeing the installation and maintenance process. The move from fossil fuels to a renewable energy based economy is an existential challenge. Eden has been working on getting people interested in climate, transport and