NEWS21 December 2021

powerQuad supplies COP 26 event with mobile renewable energy

SETsquared Surrey member, powerQuad supported a local outdoor Cop 26 related event with a mobile renewable energy solution.

powerQuad is an award-winning clean tech start-up, using technology to simplify carbon reduction. This is achieved using plug and play energy storage and a ‘first of its kind’ software platform which helps encompass the carbon reduction journey.

powerQuad use their energy storage to prioritise and maximise use of renewable energy supply times to the national grid, collecting and storing energy when, for example, wind farms are active. The powerQuad storage boxes, which are supplied from the gri when renewable energy is fully available, are an ideal green energy replacement for a noisy generator. They are also much safer. There is no flammable element or fire risk associated with the battery packs.

The COP 26 East Hampshire one-off event, held in Alton, brought together expert speakers, advice and exhibits from organisations, authorities and environmental groups. The event provided residents and businesses with key information related to cutting carbon use and reducing climate change.  The event included a mobility session, an outdoor event involving around 40 bikes and a vast array of sustainability information. The organisers realised at the last minute that the whole outdoor event was due to be powered by a noisy diesel generator. This did not seem acceptable however there was little awareness that there may be alternative options.

Initially powerQuad were tasked with supplying energy purely for the cycling event however once the production teams realised what powerQuad could do, they were then asked to power the whole event. Gil Satchell, co-founder of powerQuad worked through the night to ensure that the whole event could be supported with a portable renewable energy solution. powerQuad fully facilitated the energy requirements of a live broadcast of the event, including projectors and audio visual equipment.

Gil comments,

“If you’re struggling to power your event sustainably or are having difficulty getting power to your event, we can help you move away from polluting diesel generators with clean, silent, mobile power wherever you need it.”

Please visit the powerQuad website for more information.