Green Angel Syndicate in Scotland
GAS held its inaugural pitch event in Edinburgh - the first GAS pitch event outside London - on 30th May 2019. Co-hosts, the Chartered Banker Institute provided the elegant venue.
Four early-stage Scottish companies pitched to an audience of 30 invited angel investors at Green Angel Syndicate's first foray outside of London. Co-host Simon Thompson, CEO of the Chartered Banker Institute, welcomed the investors and presenters with a poignant speech about the need for the UK business and financial community to embrace investment in the green economy. Progress is being made but more needs to be done.
The companies pitching were:
Boxergy(CEO - Jim Laidlaw), is a company developing an AI controlled network of home energy systems, placing householders at the heart of the new, distributed energy markets.
IndiNature(CEO - Scott Simpson)a company that has developed a sustainable construction insulation system called IndiBreathe®. It is the only 100% natural mass-produced construction insulation system available globally, made from plant-based biotechnology and traditional local crops including industrial hemp and flax. Uniquely it has zero plastics – plus a net storage of carbon and a strong circular business model with zero waste.
Kenoteq(CEO - Dr Sam Chapman)is a clean tech company, which specialises in building products. KENOTEQ’s first product is an unfired brick with 90% recycled content from demolition and construction waste.
OnGen(CEO - Chris Trigg) has developed an award-winning renewable energy and battery storage feasibility assessment tool, The OnGen Expert™. Still regarded as a MVP the service enables the energy user to assess multiple sites for multiple energy generation technologies simultaneously, drastically reducing the cost and time it would normally take and thus unlocking more energy cost and carbon saving opportunities.
If any of these companies are of interest to you as an angel investor please contact email@example.com who will be happy to introduce you to the management teams.