We are a runner up in the Tech Trailblazers IT Sustainability awards.
We have been selected as a finalist in Cleantech Innovate London 2015. Watch our founder Graham Oakes talking about Upside Energy.
After a two-week long social media campaign we have been declared winners of the “People’s Vote” for a place on the Clean and Cool mission to San Francisco in January 2015! Thanks to all those who supported us.
We’re one of five companies who have made it to the UKTI backed Clean and Cool mission to San Francisco in January 2015.
We were also selected as a finalist in the Citymart “Londoners Beating the Electricity Challenge” for 2014.
On 27 June, 2014, the Technology Strategy Board announced that our bid under the Localised Energy Systems Competition was successful. This will enable us, together with our partners at Sharp Labs, Tempus Energy, Enlight, and the University of Manchester, to build a pilot of our service.
At the awards ceremony on 26 June, 2014, we won €25,000 and entry to the EU’s Climate-KIC acceleration programme. The Dynamic Demand Challenge was sponsored by National Grid, the National Physical Laboratory, Imperial College and the Climate-KIC.
We’ve been busy blogging our monthly status blogs for November 2013, December 2013, and January 2014. And we’ve made a video to summarise our progress too.
Upside was originated for the Nesta Dynamic Demand Challenge, in which we were one of five finalists from a field of more than seventy entries. The challenge was supported by the National Grid, National Physical Laboratory, Department for Business Innovation and Skills, European Climate-KIC and Imperial College London.