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Manufacturing and Retail

Symmetrical Power

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Jan 13th 2020 - Feb 12th 2020

Symmetrical Power has developed an innovative solution that addresses the issue of energy wastage. After identifying the inefficiency of the 3 Phase Electrical Distribution Boards, Symmetrical Power is creating the ‘Intelligent Distribution Board’ (ID Board). It aims to prevent the challenge of peak demand whilst saving on energy bills. The working model of the product also received positive feedback from electrical specialists. Additionally, Symmetrical Power was also a Shell Springboard regional finalist (2018) for its new low-carbon ideas. With the proceeds, the company will complete design & begin distribution in Europe and to position itself as the go-to Distribution Board provider.

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Rated on 11/02/2020

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Symmetrical Power has a highly skilled team with functional expertise. The Company currently lacks a full-time Marketing head and CFO.


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