Digital Enterprise Awards Funding to FeTu
Digital Enterprise awards £7,000 to Elland-based FeTu, a startup that develops a green energy device.
11:01 01 November 2018
FeTu, an Elland-based startup that develops a green energy device that could potentially reduce global carbon emission, has been awarded £7,000 funding by the Digital Enterprise. The company will use the funds to upgrade its digital technology and bring its innovation to market.
The device, which is called Fetu Roticulate, is the brainchild of Jonathan Fenton, an engineer with over 30 years of experience. It is a four-chamber heat engine designed to reduce energy consumption and emissions on a global scale. It also has the potential to generate green electrical energy by capturing waste heat from industrial processes.
Mr. Fenton said: “The backing from Digital Enterprise has made a big difference in enabling us to get on with guiding our product through the development process - so that it can become commercially available and make the enormous positive environmental impact that we know it will have,” said Mr Fenton.
“As a small but growing team, our most precious resource is time. The funding has enabled us to upgrade our in-house technology and become more time-effective. Our new high-speed internet and a VoIP phone system means we can operate much more smoothly and efficiently.
“This will all help us to reduce our time to market and our product becoming a commercial reality - with a huge range of potential applications across power generation, transport and industry.”
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