Storm Harvester Featured in Irish News

See the full article in the Irish News by Claudine Owens here.

Claudine Owens explores the increasing focus of ESG in Northern Ireland, both in terms of new ventures and what investors are looking to invest in. She uses GAS portfolio company Storm Harvester as an example of one such company that has attracted interest from investors. See extract below.

"A number of businesses have come through our HBAN pitch events which have sustainability, environment and society at the heart of their proposition...

Green tech firm StormHarvester has developed an automated water management software platform to help address sewage pollution, flooding risk and water scarcity. Intelligent Sewer Suits, which monitor and manage assets in drainage networks, has attracted much interest and the business is in the process of creating 16 new jobs...

Investment trends in the rest of the world show that investment in ESG-focused businesses is on the rise. Dealroom's report said the UK has seen 164 "impact finance" funding rounds this year, along with 58 in Sweden, 75 in France, 99 in Germany and 476 in the US."

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