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Innovation Networking Breakfast - Albagaia, eRally Motorsport & Pale-Blue D...
Thu 20 April 2017, 08:30 – 10:30 BST
Networking breakfast for delegates working in and with innovative organisations and projects. Sectors mostly represented are Renewable Energy, Technology, Life Sciences and Biotech as well as other product orientated inventions.
Delegate introductions will be followed by our VIP speaker presentations, concluding with a facilitated Q&A. Informal networking takes place initially over a fabulous hot and cold buffet in a private room at The Sheraton Grand Hotel & Spa in Edinburgh. Come with an appetite for learning and breakfast!
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This month we are welcoming: Graham Tyrie, Chief Executuive, Albagaia; Jean Hay, Project Coordinator and Rally Co-Driver, eRally Motorsport Ltd; Steve Murphy, Finance Director, Pale Blue Dot
Albagaia is an environmental technology company providing innovative and reliable solutions for industrial, environmental and health issues.
They manufacture and distribute the world's only quick field test for Legionella detection - Hydrosense Legionella Field Test.
Graham is an environmental engineer with a distinguished record as a director and leader of multi-disciplinary teams solving environmental problems.
eRally Motorsport have built the UK's first fully electric competition rally car, based on the Renault Zoe.
The car is aimed at junior rallying in the UK, to give competition drivers of the future a car that will not add to our air pollution problems, but will pave a way for clean motorsport in rallying. The eRally car has a 65kW electroniv motor, front-wheel drive, and is fitted out with adjustable competition suspension, seats, belts, roll cage and fire extinguishers. The 21kW battery pack gives 25 miles of competition driving, or 80 miles on the road.
Pale Blue Dot have recently been awarded SMART:SCOTLAND funding from Scottish Enterprise to support the development of patent-pending technology, GreenStills.
Green Stills distils whisky with reduced energy load, lower carbon emissions and improved energy supply options.
The state-of-the-art technology is expected to reduce energy use in distillation by more than a third. The UK's 80% carbon reduction commitments by 2050 presents a major challenge to industries heavily dependent on oil and gas for fuel. Recognising the importance of the scotch whisky sector to Scotland and the significant fossil fuel based energy consumption of the distillation process itself, this technology will provide a huge step towards meeting this obligation.
Thrive Networking is a unique business to business networking organisation who through structured and facilitated relaxed meetings ensure that our members and guests capitalise their experience and gain valuable introductions and grow their business networks.
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