HaloIPT has been selected from over 400 cleantech companies from across the entire cleantech sector on the basis of its revenue potential, technology, intellectual property and management to win the CleanEquity Monaco award for ‘Excellence in the Field of Environmental Technology Research’.
CleanEquity Monaco, the forum for emerging cleantech companies closed Friday 4 March with the CleanEquity Awards Ceremony presided over by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco. The annual invitation-only event hosted 34 next-generation companies from four continents, presenting to an audience of over 250 delegates, comprising specialist financial and strategic investors, policy makers, end-users and international trade and technical media.
HaloIPT’s wireless charging technology allows any electric vehicle to charge automatically when parked. HaloIPT’s wireless charging system uses inductive power transfer (IPT) to transfer power between a transmitter pad in the ground and a receiver pad on the vehicle, with a power transfer efficiency rate that compares to plug-in charging. The company is actively negotiating funding with a number of industry partners.
Mungo Park, chairman, Innovator Capital, says: “CleanEquity is now in its fourth year; our goal is to continually improve the quality of the entrants. HaloIPT is clearly an exceptional company.”
Dr Anthony Thomson, ceo of HaloIPT, says: “We are very pleased to have our technology recognised by this esteemed group of investors. We believe that our wireless charging technology has the ability to transform the potential of the EV market by making it simpler and safer to charge an electric car.”