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Knowledge Exchange Network

Funding has been secured from the Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise and ETP Member Universities to continue the Knowledge Exchange Network (KEN). This catalyses and accelerates KE activity between academia and industry, thereby increasing innovation, advancing the development of the low carbon economy in Scotland and supporting Scotland, UK and the EU to meet ambitious 2020 low carbon targets.

The KEN comprises 6 posts providing the necessary continuity, critical mass and breadth of technology focus that will result in a step change in energy related KE activity, across all of ETP’s Thematic Areas.

The Network includes a team of Business Development Managers who work with companies and relevant business intermediaries to proactively explore opportunities for new collaborative links with ETP and where appropriate identify and source funding.
 

ETP Enterprise Consultancy

 

Our team of Business Development Managers from each of the energy industry areas can provide wide-ranging general business consultancy to Scottish SMEs. They will work with industry to help identify any area that could benefit from strategic support with multiple interventions and collaborations involving ETP partner universities.


Our consultancy service is provided at no cost to the company, and can provide access to state of the art knowledge and expertise as well as access to testing facilities at the Scottish Energy Laboratory. In addition, our business development manager will provide a summary of the supporting funding available and guidance on the best approach for a successful application.  If you would like to find out more about our Enterprise Consultancy please contact the Business Development Manager for your energy industry sector listed below.
 

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 Our Core Team
Our Business Development Managers

Our Energy Expertise

 

Wind Energy Marine Energy Grid, Power Systems & Networks

Solar Energy Bio-Energy Carbon Capture & Storage

Energy Conversion & Storage Energy Utilisation in Buildings Oil & Gas

Heat Energy Energy Systems Energy Environment

 

 

KEN 2011 - 2014 Evaluation

An external Evaluation of the KEN Project was undertaken in 2014.

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