Energy Transitions Limited is a technology company, developing innovative solutions to decarbonise buildings, communities and cities. We are working to become a world leading provider of zero carbon heating and cooling system solutions.
We apply fresh approaches, backed by scientific rigour, to develop cost effective decarbonisation solutions for buildings, communities and cities.
Our technology development work focuses on innovations that meet three key and inter-related criteria.
- World-leading innovation
- Competitive without subsidy
- Global sales opportunities
We aim to grow a major, successful and sustainable technology company, providing decarbonisation solutions for buildings, communities and cities in Europe, Asia and the Americas.
Our vision is for our technology to transform the heating and cooling of buildings, deliver zero carbon district heating and cooling networks and to develop beautiful low carbon buildings.
We strive to create a platform for creative and talented scientists and engineers to work collaboratively, within a market focused framework, to develop and deliver novel and cost-effective solutions.
Energy Transitions’ innovation team currently comprises:
John Blower, CEO John is a clean energy technology entrepreneur with 25 years’ experience in the renewable energy sector; he previously worked for 10 years with international accountants, KPMG. John has excellent project management skills and has had significant success in winning innovation funding from UK Government.
Dr. Richard Hall, CTO Richard is a world-renowned solar energy scientist with a background in Civil Engineering. He is an expert in solar energy façade technology and in the computational modelling of solar energy systems. Richard represents the UK Government on the IEA Solar Heating and Cooling Programme.
Dr. Soma Mohammadi, Research Engineer Soma is an energy technology specialist with considerable expertise in mathematical modelling and numerical analysis; heat network design and modelling; smart energy systems; thermodynamics; and heat transfer. Soma’s doctorate focused on the computational modelling of low temperature heat networks.