A local tech start-up business is looking to go from strength-to-strength, after working with Keele University and Stopford Energy and Environment to establish a sustainable supply chain and business model for their new product.

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Keele University, in partnership with Stopford Energy and Environment, is supporting a local start-up waste management business in its aim to reduce the amount of household waste reaching landfill.

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Keele University has marked the official start of work on its landmark Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND), which will be the first project of its kind in Europe.

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West Midlands based engineering-construction firm Burns & McDonnell has been selected by Keele University in a competitive process as the Main Technical Advisor for the delivery of its ground-breaking Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND).

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Keele University and Stopford Energy & Environment are now offering businesses in Stoke-on-Trent and Staffordshire fully-funded expert support to capitalise on the growth opportunities presented by the smart energy and low carbon economy.

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Connexica is the latest Staffordshire technology company to participate in Keele's Smart Energy Network Demonstrator (SEND) project and plans to develop their business intelligence products with Keele's live smart energy network.

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Astec Solutions is working with Keele University's Smart Energy Network Demonstrator programme to develop data analytics solutions for smart energy applications.

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Assured Systems is participating in Keele University's Smart Energy Network Demonstrator programme to develop software that complements its specialist hardware with potential application to wind turbines, solar panels and smart energy networks

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Tamworth-based Powelectrics is the first business to sign up to the University's SEND project, and will use the opportunity to develop user-configurable dashboards to interpret data flowing from energy network sensors.

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