RBS finds a new green idea

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is giving small businesses and companies the chance to test their green energy efforts on 2,500 buildings across the UK. SEaB Energy, which develops waste […]

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By Taryn Nixon

Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is giving small businesses and companies the chance to test their green energy efforts on 2,500 buildings across the UK.

SEaB Energy, which develops waste into energy technologies, is one of a handful of successful companies chosen for the RBS Innovation Gateway trial.

The scheme is an opportunity for companies to test new ideas for saving energy, water and waste and help local inventors take their ideas to market.

Sandra Sassow, CEO of SEaB Energy said: “Our micro-power plants turn food and bio waste into energy directly on the site of where the waste is produced. This not only reduces the business’ energy requirements from the grid but also eliminates the costly collection and disposal of the waste.”

The company claims it is receiving “a lot of interest” from businesses looking for localised energy solutions.