Meet the Startups from Cohort 3
Meet the 7 innovative startups from the third edition of Shell IdeaRefinery.
Anzene makes smart battery systems to store, transport and use renewable energy such as solar or wind power. Using a proprietary smart chip, 6 of Anzene's batteries can be stacked together to form part of an energy router. This can allow users to charge, swap, store renewable or normal energy during off-peak hours to help them save costs. A built-in cell fire extinguisher acts as a failsafe, making the smart batteries safer.
Recognising the mobility and versatile application of their smart battery system from light electric mobility to electrical appliances, such as lights and power-tools, the company is currently targeting micro-mobility fleet owners, energy companies, governments, relief organisations to catalyse the energy transition from diesel to green power.
Augmenteed provides software to create, optimise and deliver SOP (Standard Operating Procedures) in a better way than ever.
AR Manual is a step-by-step Augmented Reality application guiding technicians through procedures they wouldn’t be able to perform on their own.
Remote Assistance gives them the ability to be guided by a remote expert to perform specialised tasks without the need to travel to the field of operations.
Augmenteed is now developing a platform allowing its users to create their customised workflow and deliver those to their technicians on any mobile device (tablets, phones and smart glasses) without any code needed.
Currently, Augmenteed is targeting manufacturing, oil and gas and mining, logistics, transport and aerospace industries.
EcoWorth Tech is a waste-to-worth cleantech start-up specialised in transforming waste materials such as waste water and oil spills into reusable products. Its proprietary technology is able to absorb organic contaminants up to 190 times its weight, thus treating oil spills and other wastes more efficiently and cheaply.
Operating on a macro scale, EcoWorth Tech looks to make an impact on an industrial level through targeting waste streams in manufacturing, energy and food consumption.
Mesotope is focused on upcycling biomass through chemical processes to make materials for energy storage. Not only are they able to produce a material that is 125% more efficient in energy storage and cheaper, but they also have the ability to customise it as the customers see fit. This exciting innovation enables the possibility of long distance transportation on cleaner energy sources.
Mesotope is currently focusing on manufacturers of capacitors as their target market.
NewGenGas has pioneered a system of creating and storing solidified natural gas to generate higher yield and improve safety. In addition, they have also created an integrated SNG Process to complement the generation of their fuel. Their innovation enables natural gas to be stored in a more inexpensive way, thus making natural gas a true alternative to fossil fuels and paving the way for cleaner energy.
At the moment, their target markets are power plants, Industrial users and LNG producers.
At the heart of Pylon City's innovation is their Pylon Decentralized Energy Network (PyDEN), which empowers their clients to become clean energy retailers with end-to-end monitoring of energy metrics and tracking of asset maintenance. Their technology eliminates the need for centralized power grids through the integration of individual clean power generators such as solar.
At the moment, their main target markets are building owners and land developers.
Teale uses software, analytics permanent monitoring and engineering expertise together to obtain and maintain the best possible efficiency in buildings and factories. This allows them to optimise the performance of existing infrastructure and pave the way towards AI integration and predictive maintenance.
Their current target markets include building and industrial facilities which are likely to gain value by adopting such technologies.