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The Holy Grail of renewable energy in Sheffield!

20 May 2015 08:00

UNDER EMBARGO UNTIL 19 May 2015 13:30

A Sheffield based SME called Cumulus Energy Storage (CES) is “enabling” renewable electricity from wind, solar & tidal sources by developing a low cost grid-level storage battery that promises to help solve the universal problem of how to store clean energy both cheaply and efficiently. This technology could prove to be a huge global breakthrough for the renewable energy sector and it emanates from a small British company with great ambitions.

CES has now entered Richard Branson’s ‘Pitch to Rich’ Start-Up competition, where the eventual winner gets a £150K marketing campaign, plus business support from Virgin Start-up for 12 months.

However, in order to get through to the final short list we need your vote. It will take no more than a few seconds of your time to vote on the link below and could make a massive difference to the outcome to CES chances of flying the “green” banner into the next round. So please take a few moments to vote here now and help us help our planet.
To vote for CES click (Deadline for voting is Wednesday 20th May 17.00 GMT)

Many thanks in anticipation for your kind support.

Paul Young & Nick Kitchin
Cumulus Energy Storage

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