Manchester-based smart energy technology start-up, Qbots has been selected as part of an innovation competition on Infrastructure systems by the UK government.
Qbots started in May of 2017, with Dr. Li Yao and Vijay Natarajan with the goal of bringing new capabilities in data processing and analytics to the energy industry while taking advantage of advancement in energy storage solutions.
UoM has significant and relevant experience is the design of advanced control algorithms for increasing energy efficiency in buildings
Li our managing director, visited their subsidiaries including Co-trust battery storage solution manufacturing facilities. The factory is expected to have a capacity of 10 GWh per annual by 2018.
After 15 weeks working with Exeter City Futures on their Accelerator programme, the 24th of August came and it was time to present at demo day.
As part of the Exeter City Futures initiative, QBots technologies have been engaged with ECC to understand its Energy Action plan 2017-22 to make Exeter an energy neutral council.
To make the transition from energy neutrality to energy independence, storage is required. Acting like a big sponge, it’s able to store and provide energy on demand.
Qbots technologies, a new start-up launched in manchester, UK has been selected to be part of the Exeter City Futures (ECF) accelerator program that is run by Exeter City Council and Oxygen House in Exeter, UK. ECF is one of its kind private sector led smart city initiative in UK.