SEaB Energy

clock • 1 min read

SEaB Energy's patented, award-winning, containerised waste-to-energy plants convert your biowaste on-site into your own carbon-free electricity and heat. Why move waste?

SEaB Energy Limited is a UK company, designing and commercialising ground-breaking technology which creates renewable energy, water and fertiliser from onsite organic waste. Our award-winning and patented FlexibusterTM and Muckbuster® are industrial appliances that use a biological process called anaerobic digestion to convert biowaste into valuable resources. These small-scale waste-to-energy systems are automatically controlled and remotely monitored, capturing waste data for sustainability reporting.

The FlexibusterTM and Muckbuster® offer disruptive on-site alternatives to centralised waste processing, removing the necessity and associated costs, diesel consumption and carbon emissions of transporting waste. The systems have been retrofitted into global mega-city buildings and specified into new urban initiatives to convert individual building waste onsite.

Our clients include Fortune 50 companies, hospitals, non-profits, multinational property developers and hyper-markets. We manufacture our product and use local agents and value-added resellers for market entry and support. We have clients in three and representatives in eight countries.

More on Investment

Credit: iStock

Energy Charter Treaty: UK claims 'carve-out' reforms will help strengthen net zero ambitions

But campaigners slam concessions, arguing they continue to give fossil fuel investments another 10 years of legal protection

Michael Holder
clock 24 June 2022 • 4 min read
Credit: iStock

Car giant Stellantis injects €50m into lithium start-up in boost for EV plans

Dutch carmaker behind brands such as Fiat, Chrysler, and Vauxhall invests in Vulcan, which aims to extract lithium in Germany without using fossil fuels

Michael Holder
clock 24 June 2022 • 2 min read
Could ammonia provide a route to low carbon shipping? | Credit: iStock

Meet the start-up aiming to make hydrogen fuel a reality for cargo ships

Significant funding raised by US start-up Amogy could pave the path to an emissions-free global shipping sector

Leah Garden, GreenBiz
clock 24 June 2022 • 4 min read