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Oxypod™ short-listed for RBS Innovation Gateway - Bristol Go Green Challenge

06 October 2015

Oxypod™ short-listed for RBS Innovation Gateway  - Bristol Go Green Challenge

Oxypod™ has been short-listed for yet another Energy Efficiciency Innovation award.

The Bristol Go Green Challenge is looking for new ideas to tackle a range of resource efficiency challenges.

The bank is already trialling low-carbon technology in its Trinity Quay office building and its NatWest branch at Fishponds as part of last year’s Innovation Gateway round. The Ten successful innovators and SMEs from the inaugural round are currently testing their products in selected RBS buildings and branches across the UK.

Now RBS has set its sights on Bristol, launching a Bristol-focused challenge as part of the engagement with Bristol European Green Capital 2015 and Bristol 2015’s Go Green scheme. Go Green, jointly organised by Business West and Low Carbon South West for Bristol 2015, is asking organisations in the city to create and implement an action plan to improve their green credentials.

If you have an idea, garage-tested, or market-ready solution that can help tackle resource efficiency on our Bristol properties and would like to opportunity to trial your innovation on a live test-bed then this challenge could be the perfect fit. Successful innovators in the Bristol Go Green Challenge will test their products in the Trinity Quay building and the Fishponds branch.Challenge 1: Energy and Resource Efficiency

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