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taking cleantech to california
Ending the supply of sunshine, some of the world\'s smartest brains and the most sophisticated venture capital communities, Silicon Valley culture has brought a technological revolution to the world, which is undoubtedly leading on Earth --
This week, however, Britain\'s top inventors came to California determined to do the impossible-and sell power supplies from solar panels to electronics to California.
Brave English inventors, their ideas frompower hand-
Container dryers that \"eat\" food with bugs and turn it into energy are part of government efforts to bring Britain\'s best inventions to the world.
The 16 clean and cool mission companies spent a week connecting with some of Silicon Valley\'s top venture capital companies and technology giants to try to attract investors and find customers.
The founder and general manager of naked energy, Christopher Williams, may be the hardest seller of solar panels developed in an industrial zone in Guildford to California.
His company has a unique design that combines traditional solar panels with water
Heating elements-all of them are mounted in a tube that can be placed on the roof of a normal home.
\"The support network from the UK has made our lives easier and has contributed so much to the introduction in a week,\" he claims so far, his company has held meetings with venture capital companies and potential customers.
\"Wherever we go, the red carpet is rolled out, which maximizes our chances of success,\" he added . \".
Organized by the British commission on trade and investment, technology strategy and British entrepreneur Oli Barrett, the group is one of three tasks organized each year to bring the company to the heart of Silicon Valley, the financing agreement for \"clean technology\" companies in the world has been signed.
The technical strategy committee hopes that this task will bring significant investment in the UK and help the UK become the world leader in the industry, bringing investment and employment opportunities.
\"Our mission is to make the UK business more successful through innovation, part of which is to turn it into a business,\" said Richard Miller, head of sustainability at the Technology Strategy Committee.
The 16 companies that selected from hundreds of applicants to join the delegation went through a tough online activity week and marketed to the largest company in Silicon Valley.
\"We are always keen to help businesses grow, and it\'s a focused week for these companies-we have them talk to a lot of people,\" Mr. Miller admits . \".
\"We found that people actually developed their ideas, and some even changed their business model in a week.
\"We first came two years ago, and one company was set up by two companies on buses to the airport-the conversations between these companies are very valuable,\" he said . \".
The companies attending the meeting said they were overwhelmed by this response, and many received dozens of offers and potential orders from investors.
They held a series of meetings with venture capitalists and clients, and many acknowledged that they were surprised by the reception they received.
\"Silicon Valley is a startup supermarket --
Up the company, it\'s great to have a navigator through this, \"said Simon Davis of Simon xa, one of the 16 companies.
\"We want to find investors and partners to experiment and it turns out that this has been very successful and people are very interested in it,\" he said . \".
Britain\'s technology can turn the world into green energy. Its role is to turn unwanted food into energy.
Bacteria consume the waste and release a mixture of digested gases.
The MuckBuster then filters the gas to obtain methane, which provides electricity and heat to buildings or hot water through a combined heating and power device.
The whole system is installed at 40-
Foot shipping containers, easy to deliver, install and distribute, cost around £ 95,000.
\"We are talking to a large supermarket chain where they can put wasted food into the supermarket and use it to cool the food,\" said administrator Sandra Sasso . \".
\"We can also do power generation, disaster recovery in remote villages and even work with restaurants-even though we found out in the food industry that they hated the name MuckBuster, so we had to rename it to mb
\"USB charging moixa Energy, what does it do in London: from the company that invented the USB charging battery, Primrose Hill-
Moixa-based companies plan to replace all power adapters from LED lighting to laptops with simple USB cables.
Founder Simon Daniel has built a home server that uses solar panels to store energy for the system, which means you can charge your gadgets by using green energy, no need to use bulky, inefficient power to charge your lighting and phone.
\"We want to change the world through Universal USB sockets-we\'re ahead of what\'s happening in the US and hope we can stay there,\" Mr. Daniel said.
Smart solar panel winding energy, Guilford what it does: combined power
Photovoltaic cells and heat-water-
In a panel that produces solar heat.
The panels are long tubes that combine the two most popular forms of green energy.
It is expected to be available later this year, and inventors have been working with Imperial College to refine the design and hope to see them in offices, factories and families.
\"It\'s a hybrid product and we produce hot water and electricity very efficiently-by combining them together, we can make solar panels work more efficiently, and create 46 cents more electricity than our competitors, \"said Kristoff Williams, founder and general manager.
\"We generate more energy per square meter than any other panel, which is different in London and other places.
\"Smart Bulb bszeta LED, bicester what it does: The Life bulb consumes 10 watts of power and emits as much light as the standard 60 watts
Watts, incandescent lamps.
Unlike other LED lights, however, it uses a neat design that includes vents in the design, making the manufacturing cost lower and the appearance unique.
Because the design does not require a radiator or glass cover, when it comes to market later this year, the Living Light bulb is expected to be much cheaper than a competitor\'s product.
This design is also the same shape as the \"normal\" bulb, which means it can be used anywhere.
\"The first bulbs were made by hand and we will sell them for £ 19.
£ 9 on 9th day of next month, but once we have a licensing agreement with the manufacturer, we estimate that the price will drop to £ 15, and then by scale you can get a light bulb price below £ 10, anthony McClellan, director of business at Zeta control, said.
Green Desert seawater Conservatory, what does it do in London: Charlie Parton, inventor of the seawater Conservatory, says he can blossom the desert with seawater, corrugated cardboard and wind.
The company has created a porous wall with a cardboard core that basically functions like a greenhouse humidifier.
The walls are inserted into the structure of the greenhouse as one of the walls.
When the wind blows, the pores in the channel on the surface of the wall are brought into the pipe in the cardboard by the wind.
These drops condense into fog, and then the fog will water the plants in the greenhouse, and it will also reduce the ambient temperature, which will help the plants grow.